The Defense and Security Committee of the National Assembly approved the activation of a communication mechanism to serve the Venezuelan people with the objective of recording the abuses and violations by military and police personnel in the country’s service stations.
Congressman Eliezer Sirit, president of the commission, explained that the usurper regime is taking advantage of the “state of alarm” to persecute and abuse Venezuelans through the illegal mobilization of the military forces. He added his concern about the constant confrontations between the National Guard, police officers and the FAES in some service stations, and considered that civilians are in danger.
“These officials are armed and at some point could get out of hand with verbal confrontations and endanger those at the gas stations,” he said.
He said a “detailed and profound” report will be prepared on the behavior of the officials during the “state of alarm” and “state of emergency” that the usurper has created.
For his part, Deputy Franco Casella emphasized the creation of a communication mechanism through the various digital platforms that will serve as a platform for the presentation and registration of complaints about the abuses and wrongdoing perpetrated by officials of the National Armed Forces and other state security bodies.
“This commission will provide all the necessary support to the people of Venezuela,” he said.
The usurper regime is taking advantage of the pandemic to open trials against citizens, put pressure on merchants and producers who are victims of the lack of fuel, and seek to illegally apply the “law of hate” approved by the unconstitutional National Constituent Assembly. “They accuse citizens of being biological weapons and threaten them with arbitrary arrests.