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Maduro can become a "global humanitarian threat"



July 14, 2019 10:05
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Updated July 14, 2019 at 11:19

The National Assembly published on Sunday a statement warning the international community about new measures of "intimidation, intimidation and persecution" of the regime of Nicolás Maduro, arrest of two escorts the interim president of the Republic of Juan Guaidó,

Erick Sánchez and Jason Parisi were arrested on Friday evening, near the Plaza Venezuela metro station, after leaving Santa Fe. They are currently without contact with the world and probably captured by the Bolivarian Intelligence Service.

"This is a new indignation from the usurping regime of Nicolás Maduro Moros, who once again shows his authoritarian face and a new sign that in Venezuela there is no trust in the agreements that can be reached, the more so when they are negotiating in search of a peaceful, a constitutional, democratic and electoral solution, as well as another act of intimidation, intimidation and persecution of a regime that is trying to criminalize those who are struggling to stop usurpation, "the statement said.

Parliament appealed to "all nations and governments in the world" to increase pressure on the Nicolás Maduro regime. They believe that it can become a "global humanitarian threat".

"In the same way, we draw the attention of the Lima Group and the International Contact Group to draw attention to this fact, which resembles the most catastrophic dictatorships in the recent history of humanity, for whom the only possible negotiations for regaining democracy, freedom and the rule of law in Venezuela Nicolás Maduro will go away immediately and will lead to the cessation of usurpation, "concludes the statement.


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