The Permanent Commission for the Development of the Commune approved this Thursday the report for the second discussion of the reform project of the Organic Law of the Commune.
The text, which seeks to strengthen the practice of co-management in communal areas, will soon be sent to the Board of Directors of the National Assembly (AN), which will set a date for debate in the parliamentary plenary, reports a press release from the National Assembly.
Deputy Liliana Gonzalez (PSUV/Miranda), chair of the Subcommittee for the Development of Training in the Values of Socialism and Community Participation, explained that with the adaptation of this law it is possible to consolidate five fundamental elements, the first being the creation of a democratic, social law and Status of justice.
Secondly, a special chapter has been created for the Communal Parliament, which establishes powers mirroring the national legislative power, through the formation of legislative committees in the Communal Councils, for the exercise of social street parliamentarism and legislative people in the region. .
As a third element, the structure of the state is consolidated with the creation of five powers in the commune, namely executive, legislative, judicial, electoral and moral, which is reflected in the territories and the forms for elections. Spokesperson in each.
Likewise, it contemplates the organization of communal government through regional vices such as economy, planning, social development and missions of revolution, political sovereignty, security and peace, and the development of regional socialism.
Fourth, the parliamentarian explained that the organization of the communal government is situated. “According to the laws of the state administration, regional vice presidents are created, who have to do with science, technology and education, along with the vice president of security and peace, who is the same as the government,” he explained.
The Presidential Councils of Popular Power, created by decree of the National Executive, are combined with the Communal Councils to clarify and elect those responsible. The Community Justice and Peace Council has also been created for the election of justices of the peace, which is part of the national justice system approved by the Supreme Court (TSJ).
Finally, Deputy Gonzalez pointed out that the current law, which is from 2010, has 66 articles and with this reform, it has been reduced to 59; It maintains its seven chapters, with the state being made more communal, so that the people are more empowered in public policies.