The President of the Popular Party (PP) of Spain, Pablo Casado, insisted on the violent and cruel nature of Nicolás Maduro’s regime in relation to the Human Rights of Venezuelans.
Casado emphasized that the United Nations (UN) continues to carry out investigations against Maduro’s dictatorship, after the publication of photographs that show that Oscar Perez and his comrades were murdered with shots to the head.
The Spanish politician assured that in the face of barbarism, the world’s left cannot remain impassive in the face of the drama that Venezuela is experiencing.
“Terrifying evidence shows the cruelty of Maduro’s regime. The UN documents thousands of murders, millions of exiles and hundreds of rapes of prisoners. Now photos of torture and add also and finishing shots to the head to dissidents. The left cannot remain impassive in the face of the drama,” he said through his Twitter account.
Winston Flores, deputy to the National Assembly for the state of Vargas, reported that the Attorney General’s Office in exile prepared a report with photographic evidence on the murder of former Cicpc inspector Oscar Perez and his comrades.
The report presented Monday before the International Criminal Court confirmed that the death of Pérez and his team was an execution.