The representative of the National Assembly of Venezuela in Panama, Fabiola Zavarce, continued to denounce the dark intentions of Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship to evade the weight of international justice for the long list of crimes against humanity that weigh on their backs.
“The sun cannot be covered with a finger, and those responsible for these crimes must come to justice and pay, starting with the failed state that runs them. The world knows who you are and what you are capable of. They want to avoid going to trial, but the magnitude of the events makes it impossible for them to get rid of what is not the responsibility of anyone else,” denounced the Venezuelan official.
In recent weeks, the prosecutor of Nicolás Maduro has sent 7 reports to the International Criminal Court (ICC), and precisely in the last of them he speaks of a reform process of the SEBIN and the DGCIM, two bodies signaled as the head of violations of Human Rights and crimes against humanity.
“Everything seems to indicate that it is ‘makeup’ (cover up) for the regime, because the only change they made was to prosecute low-ranking officials and assign both entities to another higher body,” Zavarce warns.
To conclude, the representative of the interim government explains that the “changes” announced by the prosecutor of the regime do not respond to any fundamental restructuring, since the directors of the agencies were not touched, nor was a plan adopted to investigate and change practices and aberrations that have developed within these entities. “Human rights violations will not stop until Maduro leaves power, that’s why the international community cannot give truce to a regime of this nature,” she said.