Olivia Lozano, a deputy of the National Assembly, denounced the usurper governor of the dictatorship in the State of Bolivar, Justo Noguera, who kidnapped Pemón leader Rubén Lott, for thanking President Guaidó for donating masks to the community.
Lozano said that Lott disappeared on Monday, May 11th at the hands of officials of Nicolas Maduro’s regime.
“His crime: having a video on his phone where the indigenous community thanked President Juan Guaidó for the donation of masks,” he said through his Twitter account.
The parliamentarian reiterated the National Assembly’s support for the indigenous communities in Venezuela, while assuring that the Presidency-in-Charge will continue to take the necessary steps to provide the necessary support.
“To the regime: know that our indigenous people will not give in, despite the ruthless systematic violation of human rights, nor will we fail to activate the mechanisms necessary to bring about justice,” she said, while demanding the release of the Pemón leader.
On May 1, the Legitimate Government of Venezuela delivered 700 facemasks to the indigenous community of San Antonio de Morichal in the Gran Sabana of the State of Bolivar, fulfilling its commitment to protect Venezuelan citizens in the midst of the pandemic.
El #UsurpadorNoguera secuestró al líder pemon Rubén Lott, desaparecido desde el día de ayer 11 de Mayo.
Su delito: tener en su teléfono un vídeo donde la comunidad indígena agradecía al presidente @jguaido por la donación de mascarillas.
— Olivia Lozano (@oliviaylozano) May 12, 2020