Deputy Franklyn Duarte, denounced that the order of the usurping regime of Nicolás Maduro to the FANB Operational Strategic Command (Ceofanb) to activate the “orange alert” on the Colombian-Venezuelan border, aims not only to protect irregular narcoterrorist groups, “but allow them to continue their reorganization from Venezuelan territory.”
“Maduro’s orange alert is nothing more than a smoke pot. The truth is that he wants to try to disperse the international scrutiny that he is covering terrorist groups in Venezuela and also to hide the reality of the economic and humanitarian catastrophe that exists in the country”, he said.
On the other hand, he referred to what happened last Friday, September 6, in the Bolívar municipality of Táchira state, where subjects on board motorcycles and with their faces covered, carrying long weapons, intimidated citizens of that town. Futhermore, he described as “terrorists and criminals” the regime’s security forces and Chavista and Maduro’s groups “who practice theft, violence, repression and persecution” against unarmed people who are tired of the dictatorship.
He said that in the municipalities of Tachira near the Colombian border, criminal organizations also continue to implement curfews to control their illegal businesses in the area.
On the other hand, Deputy Duarte informed that in the Permanent Family Commission, on which he occupies the presidency, statistical data continues to show the increase in teacher, student, worker and administrative drop-outs of educational institutions throughout the country.
“Student dropouts occurs because Venezuelan families do not have the means to buy school supplies, uniforms or have food. Other families leave the country.” On the other hand, teacher, administrative and worker dropout “is caused by the very low and miserable wages that are not enough to live in Venezuela”, he explained.
He considered that “as long as the dictator continues to usurp power, the catastrophe gets worse. However, he trusts the future actions and advances of international diplomacy.