The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reaffirmed that Nicolás Maduro’s regime originated a war against Venezuelans in the country, a direct result of corruption and violence.
The national leader assured that the war the dictatorship has created has real consequences in the country, such as more than 6,000 displaced in Apure, police officers injured by armed gangs in Caracas and six Venezuelans drowned in 72 hours while fleeing the dictatorship.
“Maduro originated a war against the citizen. Stop vilely exposing our people!” He said through his Twitter account.
Guaidó warned that Venezuelan soldiers continue to be killed by the same irregular armed groups that protect the dictatorship within the national territory.
Furthermore, he reiterated that only in democracy, the country can be free and sovereign, where human rights are respected and there is a rule of law.
Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship has supported the mafias and irregular groups in the country. These continue to murder and violate Venezuelans to claim territory, causing deaths and displacement of thousands of citizens, and in addition it hides official figures of the facts, of wounded, dead or displaced.