Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has proposed an early election to the National Assembly led by opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
Address to supporters in Caracas, Maduro did not set a date for the vote, which is currently scheduled for the end of 2020.
The National Assembly has been removed by its powers since his socialist party lost control of that year 201
Mr Guaidó declared himself interim president in January and said that Madroy's re-election last year was illegal.
Speaking at a conversation marking a year ago his controversial victory, the president said: "Let's hold elections [for the National Assembly]. Let's [have] a peaceful solution, election, democratic, constitutional."
Maduro, whose re-election was appalled by an opposition boycott and voting claims, added: "We are going to measure ourselves optionally … we will bring the parliamentary assembly's elections."
Large crowds of his followers took on the capitals, many had red t-shirts. shirts and wearing "March for Victory" banners. "
Even on Monday, the National Constituent Assembly – which was established in 2017 by Maduro after its party lost control of the National Assembly – decided to extend its functions until the end of 2020.
The body consists only of government loyalists and whose powers exceed The National Assembly follow-ups were originally due to run for two years.
What is the background?
Maduro and Guaidó have been in search of the opposition leader declaring his interim president, arguing that the recent May vote was neither free nor fair.
Guaidó, who says the president is a "usurper", has called for a new presidential election. He has been recognized as interim leader of more than 50 nations, including the United States and most in Latin America.
Last month, he led a failed attempt to kick a military uprising against Maduro. Since then, several of his allies have been arrested and the Supreme Court has accused 14 opposition lawmakers of crime, including treason and conspiracy.
Maduro accuses Guaidó of being part of a US-orchestrated coup against his government. He retains support from the military's highest ranks and allies including Russia, China and Turkey.
During the Maduro government, the economy collapsed, a lack of food and drugs became widespread and more than four million people left the country.  Opponents accuse Maduro of abusing the economy of the oil-rich nation, saying he is the victim of an economic war behind the United States.