The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, rejected the arbitrary detentions and the violence carried out by the dictatorship against the Venezuelans who protest for a better quality of life in Yaracuy.
The national leader assured that the Report of the independent Commission of the United Nations has included every crime against humanity committed by the regime.
“Not a previous regime, it is not a past debt, it is an acting regime,” he said.
The head of state called on every official of the dictatorship to stop the crimes against the citizenry.
“Know officials that these crimes do not prescribe and that the dictatorship is defeated,” he said.
The people of Yaracuy State have been protesting during the last days, demanding improvements in the quality of life and ordinary services.