The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, sympathized with the newspaper El Nacional after the illegal attack ordered by the dictatorship. The national president assured that the regime continues with its scheme that pursues to annihilate free press in Venezuela.
“It was not enough for them to censor, block the access to newsprint, to purchase of media through front men, the persecution of journalists and management,” he said through his Twitter account.
Faced with the attack against El Nacional, Guaidó reiterated that freedom of the press and stopping the persecution are priorities to achieve free and fair elections.
“That is why we must press with the international community, nobody trusts the dictatorship,” he concluded.
El Nacional is one of the most historic newspapers in Venezuela, after 77 years of free reporting, the dictatorship ordered an illegal embargo after a trial that did not follow due process, after a lawsuit imposed by Diosdado Cabello for alleged moral damages supposedly caused reprinting and article published in Spain that was reprinted world wide.