The deputy to the National Assembly for the State of Mérida, Williams Dávila, spoke this Friday about the aggressions that the deputies and media received last Tuesday in Maiquetía, emphasizing that they will make a request to the Cidh to act after these events.
“It was a total aggression when we arrived in Maiquetía, they didn’t let us pass and we walked four kilometers. When we arrived, they beat us. We will make a request to the IACHR to take a decision and act after the aggressions received,” said Davila.
The parliamentarian added that in the event “there were knives and pins, the attackers took out their bridges from their mouths and pulled out razor blades.”
For his part, the NA deputy stressed that the profession of journalism, currently “is the most difficult of all, because you have to be objective. You can be a friend to anyone but you must tell the truth.”
He ended by calling on the Venezuelan people not to lose faith.
“I call on the Venezuelan people not to lose faith, we must continue to fight because we are going to achieve it. I am sure that we are on the road to change,” he concluded.