The deputy of the National Assembly and member of the First Justice parliamentary fraction (PJ), Leonardo Regnault, condemned and described as irresponsible, biased and suspicious the accusations made by spokesmen of the regime who intend to portray that what happened at the gas filling plant in Ocumare del Tuy was a “terrorist” action of the his political party.
“Without opening an exhaustive investigation to determine what happened, the governor of Miranda state, Héctor Rodríguez, irresponsibly points accusations against our political organization, where we do not practice violence as a method of political struggle”, the parliamentarian remarked.
Regnault, reiterating that although he is not a detective, he recalled that a similar event happened on July 12 at the “Tony Gas” gas filling plant in the city of Maracaibo, a fire which consumed 100% of these facilities. In that case, it is recalled that the plant manager himself argued that the best hypothesis about the cause of the incident pointed to the friction of several gas cylinders that were in an advanced state of deterioration.
“The first thing that has to be evaluated is if the PDVSA Gas has fulfilled its functions in terms of storage, packaging, distribution, repair of cylinders, tanks, valves, cisterns etc., before making political motivated finger-pointing”, said the opposition spokesman.
Before finalizing, and questioning that the usurper regime does not assume its responsibility for the bankruptcy to which it has submitted the country, Regnault described as pathetic and unfortunate the wanton cackle of some government characters that do not solve anything, and that represent backwardness and misery for the country.