The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, expressed solidarity with the nations of the world, which like Venezuela, are fighting for their rights against totalitarian and dictatorial regimes.
“Venezuelans know of the persecution, arbitrariness, repression and the disintegration of democracy,” he said through his official Twitter account, while reaffirming the solidarity that as a country should exist towards another people that awakens to the abuses.
The national president made a special mention to the peoples of Cuba, Nicaragua, Belarus and Myanmar, who are facing dictatorships that have curtailed their rights and who, like Venezuela, are determined to change.
“We must raise our united voices as oppressed but not resigned peoples, so that dictators know that their times are not eternal,” he said.
Pres. Guaidó affirmed that democracy is always at stake, however, he stressed the importance of taking care of it and recovering it to live in peace and freedom.
“Our solidarity and support today transcends our continent, today we tell you. Homeland and Life!’ He concluded.