The president of the Justice and Peace Commission of the National Assembly, deputy Delsa Solorzano, called shameful the statements of the usurper prosecutor Tarek William Saab, who accused the president (e) Juan Guaido of having alleged links with narco-paramilitaries, leaving in evidence the dictatorship’s despair that they have to divert attention from the real problems the country is experiencing.
“Tarek William Saab, is one of the main theater producers of the regime, insists on putting together a gross plot to try to link paramilitary groups with the president and with any other leader of the true and only democratic alternative in Venezuela, with the sole purpose of diverting attention from what is really important”, said the parliamentarian.
Deputy Solorzano said that this new assembly responds to the worldwide condemnation of the Maduro regime for the protection, financing and cover of narcoterrorist groups in Venezuelan territory. “Nicolás Maduro not only usurps power in Venezuela, but also works to protect Colombian paramilitaries and irregular groups within the national territory. The dictatorship seeks to cover its support for these narcoterrorist groups. In addition, they show their obvious and clear support for Venezuelan armed groups, who are armed and protected by the regime, in exchange for protecting the interests of the dictatorship. ”
Similarly, the parliamentarian referred to the continued support of the high representatives of the dictatorship to the extermination group of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB), the so-called Special Actions Force (FAES), despite the dissolution requirement demanded by the High UN Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, before the serious and systematic human rights violations that this repressive police arm has effected.
FAILURE OF THE FALSE AGREEMENT
“The second fact about which they want to distract attention is the failure of another plot of an alleged agreement between characters and friends of the regime, who disguised as opposition, want to make the country and the world believe that there was an agreement signed between the two sectors that make political life in the country”, said Solorzano.
The parliamentarian of Encuentro Ciudadano reiterated that any decision taken in Venezuela to find a solution to the political crisis in the country, must go through the legitimate government of the president in charge Juan Guaido and the National Assembly.
“The country must condemn and reject any ploy that intends to continue with the political persecution of the dictatorship to those who dare to raise their voices against Maduro’s satrapy”, she said.