This Wednesday the President In Charge of the Republic of Venezuela and the Legitimate National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, held a virtual meeting with the Ugandan legislator and political leader, Bobi Wine, to articulate and unify concrete actions in defense of freedom and democracy in the world.
In this context, the Venezuelan Interim President proposed to promote a peaceful multilateral democratic movement to strengthen the fight against authoritarian regimes in the world, for which he invited rulers and leaders of other countries to join and strengthen efforts in favor of freedom, respect for human rights and democracy.
“We must take joint action to hold these authoritarian regimes accountable. Therefore, it is important to stand in solidarity with you (the people of Uganda) in your struggle at this time, for democracy,” he remarked.
“The tyrannies feed on each other in an illegitimate way, as is the case of Venezuela with Cuba and Iran. Then, we legitimate governments must do the same in a positive way, and that is why we have to stand in solidarity and unite for the permanence and respect of our rights and democratic values,” said Guaidó, who mentioned and applauded the protest movements in Cuba, Belarus, Burma. and Nicaragua.
He stressed “the importance of continuing to raise a common voice, maintain fluid communication and support our mobilizations throughout the world.”
By virtue of this, the Ugandan legislator and leader, Bobi Wine, expressed agreement with President Guaidó’s proposal and added that it is essential “to mutually support all democratic countries to encourage the voice against the (authoritarian) regimes.”