The First Lady of Venezuela, Fabiana Rosales de Guaidó, expressed her condolences at the physical departure of National Assembly Deputy Addy Valero, who has been fighting a battle against cancer for two years.
“From the Office of the First Lady, we express our words of condolence at the physical departure of the honorable congresswoman, Addy Valero, who was suffering from cancer,” said the first lady.
Rosales described Valero as a “brave, honest woman full of values and principles who faithfully served the Republic and fought against the dictatorship.”
“Addy Valero’s memory will remain an example of firmness and tireless struggle. We raise our prayers in his name and that of his family,” he said.
The first lady said that “history will judge those who, drunk with money, misery and corruption, tried to blackmail her in exchange for her medical treatment.”
“Today the fight is also for you. Rest in peace, Addy,” concluded Rosales de Guaidó.