President (E) Juan Guaidó rejected threats by Nicolás Maduro’s regime against members of the Academy of Science, after publishing a study on Covid-19 in Venezuela.
“Once again the host of the gossip program of the dictatorship, wanted for drug trafficking, shows his true face by persecuting academics,” the president said Wednesday through his personal Twitter account.
He also reiterated that while the Venezuelan people are living a humanitarian crisis never seen before, the leaders of the narco-dictatorship continue to steal the country’s money.
“While the dictatorship’s leaders have their refrigerators full and seek to hide the truth, Venezuela is experiencing a hunger crisis,” Guaidó concluded.
Diosdado Cabello, identified by the United States as a narco-terrorist, threatened the scientists, saying the opinion issued was an “invitation for the security agencies to visit them.”
The Venezuelan Academy of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences revealed on Tuesday a report where, after multiple studies, it foresees two critical scenarios for the country in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic in Venezuela.