In an interview with ‘Radio National Assembly’ the deputy of the legitimate National Assembly for Monagas State, María Gabriela Hernández, emphasized that the imminent decision of the International Criminal Court, the sanctions against human rights violators, and the explosion of demonstrations in Cuba, keep Maduro’s dictatorship in anguish.
“The anguishing internal crisis of Venezuelans without income, without currency, without gas, without food, and finally the explosion that generated the cry of ‘Free Cuba’, shakes the foundations of the regime (…) That is the reason of the repressive wave of persecution,” she pointed out.
For the parliamentarian, that break that has occurred in the regime has unleashed another wave of persecution and violation of the rights of those who constitute the scaffolding for the freedom of the country.
“We have to reject the persecution against political leaders in Venezuela, Juan Guaidó and his beautiful family, Freddy Guevara, Gilbert Caro, Luis Somaza and Emilio Graterón are targets of the wrath of a dying process,” she said.
Deputy Hernández ended by saying that “we are in this together and we will not falter. Cheer up Freddy Guevara, cheer up friends. These are the death throes of the regime.”