The deputy of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, denounced the proliferation of clandestine runways for drug trafficking under Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship.
Guanipa said that in Perijá and Sur del Lago are the places where the creation of these runways have increased, in addition to the town of San Felipe, where people of Mexican nationality have been linked to crime.
“Today a Mexican named Cesar Garcia is treated in a hospital in Machiques. He was on a plane that went down in the area. Another occupant named Ignacio Ramirez Orellana died, but the whereabouts of his body is not known. CICPC, GN and Cops surrounded the clinic,” he said.
The parliamentarian assured that the Maduro regime is complicit by action and omission, in addition to those responsible for the bad situation in the country. “And I am referring to officials of the dictatorship, as well as PSUV leaders and active military personnel,” he said.
In this regard, Guanipa stressed that the criminal acts make evident the veracity of the complaints that have been expressed from the National Assembly and the Legitimate Government.
“This dictatorship has done deep damage to Zulia and Venezuela. We have to get rid of them and get justice!” he said.
En distintas oportunidades hemos denunciado la proliferación de pistas clandestinas para el narcotráfico en Perijá y Sur del Lago. Hemos dicho también que el pueblo de San Felipe ha sido tomado por personas, muchas de ellas mexicanas, vinculadas al mencionado delito. 1/4 pic.twitter.com/oMgJav91Ad
— Juan Pablo Guanipa (@JuanPGuanipa) June 15, 2020