Marco Aurelio Quiñones, deputy and president of the National Assembly’s Special Subcommittee for Attention to Exiles, repudiated the acts of violence that occurred in Aragua de Barcelona, which left a Venezuelan man murdered and another wounded by the National Guard, just for demanding their rights.
Quiñones made his statements during the debate on the abuses and violations of human rights by the security agencies of Maduro’s regime in Aragua de Barcelona and in the rest of the country, where he assured that Venezuelans will never bow down to tyranny.
“The shot of corruption ended the production of gasoline in Venezuela and today they want, with the treacherous boot, to trample the dignity of a people that is determined to defend its rights,” Quiñones said while adding that “It cannot be that the reality that is lived in Aragua de Barcelona today is the same that is replicated in Anaco, Cantaura, Santa Ana, El Tigre or in San Mateo where they imported from another state a guard with God’s airs and graces to handle the gasoline cartel. This man humiliates the population and also the citizens who wait in long lines and get answered with bullets”.
From the National Assembly, Quiñones asked the international community to turn around and accompany the Venezuelans in the crusade for the definitive installation of a National Emergency Government that responds to the citizens and also puts an end to the nightmare that has become barbaric. “Our President Juan Guaidó has already pointed out that once the GEN is installed, in fifteen days the whole of Venezuela can be refueled”.