The president in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, affirmed that despite the threats of Maduro’s dictatorship, he will continue to work firmly until the freedom of Venezuela is achieved.
“My commitment is to Venezuelans, to achieve the recovery of democracy in our country,” said the national leader in a message posted on his social networks.
Guaidó dismissed the threats that Maduro’s regime has made for months. “They may threaten all they want, we will continue working here.”
Finally, he affirmed that “it is these actions of the dictatorship that close the door to free elections, our struggle is to recover them,” he stated.
This Tuesday Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship announced that it would disqualify President (E) Guaidó and 28 deputies of the National Assembly for 15 years, a new attack by the regime that adds multiple acts of harassment and attacks against the parliamentary jurisdiction, the physical integrity and freedom of the Deputies of the Republic.
Faced with these actions, the Legitimate Government indicated that “while the dictatorship disables political leaders, hijacks political parties, co-opts democratic institutions and forestalls the appropriate conditions so that the will of the Venezuelan people is respected at the polls, the world will continue to ignore and acting against those who today usurp power and against those who continue to lend themselves to be their accomplices.”