Venezuela´s Maduro Stresses Supreme Court’s Role in Face of Foreign Aggressions

Among the regulations the country's Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) proposes to reform are the Criminal Code, the Civil Code, the special laws inherent to the fight against terrorism and organized crime, the Organic Law on Drugs and the Anti-Corruption Law, Moreno said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro kicked off the 2021 judicial year on Friday, January 22nd, highlighting the power and resistance of the country's Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in the face of foreign aggressions.

"Venezuela has a powerful judicial system," better than any other republican period, said the president at the headquarters of the TSJ in Caracas.

"Facing the onslaught of imperialist aggression, there has also been a national state in active resistance," Maduro said, pointing out that Venezuela is stronger at a constitutional level today.

TSJ President Maikel Moreno called on the legislative branch "to . . .

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