This Friday the First Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, led a mobilization in Maracaibo to reject the persecution of Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship against opposition political leaders, journalists and the media.
“This Venezuelan nation is going to continue fighting until democracy is achieved. This is the time to continue fighting for the Venezuela that we want to build,” said Guanipa from the streets of Maracaibo in Zulia State.
The parliamentarian for ‘Primero Justicia’ indicated that “we know that we are facing an aggressive dictatorship, linked to drug trafficking, terrorism and international crime. Therefore, we must fill ourselves with unity and give all our best fight until we get Venezuela out of this.”
Similarly, Guanipa expressed his solidarity with Deputy Freddy Guevara and with all the political prisoners and those persecuted by Maduro’s criminal regime.
“We have a country to rescue, so the moment is now for all Venezuelans with the support of allied countries to continue fighting until we achieve our freedom,” he concluded.