The representative of the Venezuelan National Assembly in Panama, Fabiola Zavarce, expressed her approval at the recent report issued by Amnesty International, where once again, the criminal nature of Nicolás Maduro’s narco-terrorist regime was revealed.
“Time continues to prove us what we have been warning, because this is a regime that feeds on crimes against humanity to achieve its perverse objectives, a regime based on the pain, suffering and blood of millions of Venezuelans. The report of the UN Fact-finding Mission, at the end of last year, demonstrated this to the world, and now this new element does nothing more than expose them: they are a criminal system that assassinates and violates human rights in a systematic way,” Zavarce remarked.
The report prepared by Amnesty International on the police operations of the regime in La Vega parish, Caracas, during January 6th to 9th of this year, confirm that there is a systematic pattern of human rights violations in Venezuela, which respond under the command of Nicolás Maduro. This report details that at least 14 people were executed by the so-called Special Actions Forces (FAES), since wounds were found in the bodies of the victims allow to conclude that it was not a confrontation, a version that they have wanted to divulge as true, but it was a vile murder at close range.
“The High Commissioner for Human Rights for the United Nations, in its repeated reports, has demanded from Maduro’s regime the immediate dissolution of the FAES as it is the executing arm of human rights violations in the country. Human Rights Watch has also established a position on this repressive body of the dictatorship,” the official said.
At the end, the representative of the Venezuelan AN emphatically decreed: “We will continue to be the voice of those who have no voice, of those who have been the object of all these harassments of the narco-terrorist regime, because to awaken the sensitivity of the whole world about what What is happening in our battered Venezuela must be denounced, we must inform, because no one is sympathetic or sensitized to what they do not know. Thank you Amnesty International for also collaborating with our cause, which is none other than freedom, justice and democracy for Venezuela.”