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Gerardo Blyde

Geraldo was born in Caracas, more specifically, in a car heading for the clinic on March 23rd 1964. He comes from a middle class family and he studied in the School of Law at Andrés Bello Catholic University. He has worked teaching Constitutional Legislation, has been Deputy to the National Assembly, Chief of the “Primero Justicia” Parliamentary Faction. He his a founding member of the firm “Blyde – Delfino Inc.”

Geraldo is a new generation politician who knows the value of the truth. For this reason, he did not hesitate to immediately label as a coup the events that took place on April 11th 2002 or when he stated that the strike was called upon in a wrong moment, that it was prolonged excessively, that it hit economy quite badly and that it eroded the leadership that followed such events. Saying this takes a lot of courage since it may bring over an avalanche of critics upon, given the asymmetrical mosaic that the opposition represents. Blyde’s and his party’s views seems to be very similar to Aznar’s in Spain. Maybe due to the origin and formation of some of Blyde’s party’s leaders and the vision for the country that touches the core of politics and church doctrines.

In relation to Irak’s events, Blyde did not vacillate to affirm that he is absolutely against any warfare conflict because “there is not a single problem that could only be solved by means of a war.”

“No one could be a world referee as to have other human beings killed despite their government has been proved terrorist and tyrant. A kid in Irak is not to blame for having a leader like Saddam Hussein”

Type of Election
Deputy Geraldo Blyde was elected in a nominal mode (MPJ, EMIRANDA CONSTRUCTORES, TM) by the Constituency Number 4 in Miranda State with and 88,608 votes that represent the 69.88% of the total counted votes from that district.

He is supported by the political party “Primero Justicia”

Commissions:
CE-02 Special Committee to draw up an Agreement in Remembrance of the Bicentennial of Bolivar’s Oath at Monte Sacro in Rome.

Created at the meeting held on January 06th 2005 Special Committee for the investigation of the murders of four Pumé indigenous natives at the Riecito-Capanaparo area in Apure State. Presented by the Permanent Committee of Indigenous People.

Created on August 08th 2001. Carlos Pérez, a substitute deputy, is part of this request.

Joint Committee for the study of the Supreme Justice Court (TSJ) bill Committee for support, follow-up and consolidation of the agreements from the Negotiation Table.

This is a joint delegation, made up of 12 members, 6 from Chávez supporters and 6 from the opposition. Created December 26th 2002. According to an approved decision taken on September 28th 2004 it was determined that the date to submit the report had due-dated; therefore the mandate was left ineffective for this committee.

Special Committee for Democracy and Peace.

It has the duty of coordinating debate at National Assembly about violence and aggressions that have increased during the last few days between Chavez administration supporters and those who oppose.

Committee for the Study of the Penal Code
Committee for the Study of the Organic Legal Penal Code
Special Committee for the Study of the events happening on July 18th in Apure State.

 

 

 

 
 
 
             




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