The Deputy of the National Assembly (NA), Alfonso Marquina, denounced that the regime of Nicolás Maduro, condemned seven citizens for protesting against failures in the electrical service in Tocuyo, Lara State, among them Luis Pérez, who suffers from Trisonomia 21 (Down’s Syndrome).
“You have to be very inhumane to deprive him of his freedom. His crime is to bang a pot,” said the parliamentarian on Sunday through his personal Twitter account.
Likewise, the congressman informed that another of the political prisoners of the dictatorship is Humberto Carreño Perez, who underwent surgery for severe scoliosis, has a bar in his spine with 20 screws and was operated on his hip because of the difference of length in his legs.
This Saturday, Marquina presented the case of human rights violations in Court 7 of Control, where Judge Ana Tovar decided to grant bail to seven Venezuelans, who were detained while protesting in El Tocuyo because they had days without electricity. However, after receiving a call and two hours after the verdict was issued, she returned saying that on instructions she had to change the decision and condemn the citizens.