National Assembly deputy Delsa Solórzano condemned the increase in dictatorial behavior demonstrated by Nicolás Maduro since the beginning of the quarantine for the coronavirus pandemic in Venezuela.
“Nicolás Maduro’s regime, instead of preventing an increase in the infection curve and providing the necessary medical treatment and prevention measures, ratifies his dictatorial behavior, when instead of sending doctors to the different areas of the country, or making citizens aware of the need to stay in their homes, what he does is send his repressive forces to instill fear in the population,” Solórzano said.
The deputy for Encuentro Ciudadano said that in recent days “we have seen brutal acts of intimidation against doctors, nurses and health personnel. We have also witnessed the kidnapping of Darvinson Rojas, who was violently removed from his home, along with his parents, by the Fae, for writing various messages about the coronavirus on his social networks.”
“It is alarming that the Fae, which has been catalogued by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, as an organism that violates human rights and has been ordered to shut down immediately, instead it is used for repression and political persecution,” warned the parliamentarian.
In this sense, Solórzano recalled that in recent days “the Fae have practiced illegal acts such as the raid on a hotel where several parliamentarians were staying and the arrest of three of them, two of them released a few hours later and the third, Renzo Prieto, is still being held in that body of Maduro’s regime”.
Finally, she referred to the event that took place this Saturday in the 23 de Enero Parish in Caracas, “where at least three citizens were killed at the hands of allegedly paramilitary groups of Nicolas Maduro’s regime, an event that occurs without any kind of restraint by the Venezuelan state, which ratifies the dictatorial behavior of Nicolas Maduro’s regime,” she ended.