After the new onslaught of the narco-terrorist regime upon it announcing an arrest warrant against ambassadors and new collaborators of the interim government, such as the recently appointed members of the Judicial Council, the position of the Venezuelan ambassador in Panama, Fabiola Zavarce, was not long in coming.
The Ambassador supports in this manner the position advanced by the office of the President of Juan Guaidó, wherein “the International Community is alerted on a set of new actions by the criminal regime and violator of Human Rights, headed by Nicolás Maduro, against new members and collaborators of the Interim Government of President Juan Guaidó, such as the searches carried out by the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (SEBIN) and the General Directorate of Military Counter-Intelligence (DGCIM) at the residences of Ambassadors Estefanía Meléndez (Bulgaria); Rafael Domínguez Mendoza (Bahamas); of the members of the National Council for Judicial Defense, Gabriel Gallo and Freddy Orlando, as well as to the residences of the parents of Romer Rubio and David Natera, member and secretary of the aforementioned Council, respectively”.
“The systematic political persecution of the tyranny towards the members and collaborators of the Interim Government once again shows the totalitarian nature of the dictatorship,” Zavarce said.
“Criminalizing our actions will not get us out of the game. We join the call to the international community, especially the UN Human Rights Council Fact-Finding Mission, as well as the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, to condemn and deplore in the strongest possible terms these actions against these worthy Venezuelans. All of which is a new sample of what was affirmed by the Report of the Fact-Finding Mission, regarding the fact that the regime that usurps power in Venezuela has carried out violations of Human Rights in a systematic manner that reaches various levels as a State policy: Searches, extrajudicial executions, arbitrary detentions, torture, cruel and inhuman treatment, etc. The interim government official in Panama points out that “the government has not been able to stop these violations.”
The ambassador reiterates that “the only possible solution to put an end to all these violations is to hold truly fair, free and competitive presidential and parliamentary elections, without persecution or threats for thinking differently”.