The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, condemned the kidnapping of six young people in Aragua State who were disinfecting neigborhoods in La Victoria in order to help the communities affected by the increase of Covid-19 cases.
The national president assured that while the regime boasts of having vaccinated its officials, they deny the country the vaccine and persecute Venezuelans who intend to help others.
“The dictatorship is waging an undeclared war against Venezuelans,” he said.
Guaidó said that the dictatorship does nothing to quell the pandemic but it does prevent the country from organizing in the face of its inefficiency.
“Despite the darkness in which some indolent people want Venezuela to live, we Venezuelans get up every day like the young people did today in Caracas, raising our voices for the more than 400 deaths in the healthcare sector,” he said.
Last Monday, six young people were deprived of their liberty in the State of Aragua for dedicating themselves to the disinfection of neighborhoods in the city of La Victoria, José Félix Ribas Municipality of the central state of the country.
The six young men were detained in the Las Mercedes police headquarters, in La Victoria, where they will remain in custody pending the preliminary hearing.
La dictadura libra una guerra no declarada contra los venezolanos:
El dictador hace alarde de haberse vacunado mientras le niega la vacuna a todo un país. Secuestran a seis jóvenes en Aragua cuya única intención era ayudar a venezolanos, justo lo que el régimen no hace e impide. https://t.co/qiTLO8oneF
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) April 6, 2021