The First Lady of Venezuela, Fabiana Rosales, said that Maduro’s dictatorship showed “its worst face” by preventing access to the seat of the only legitimate power in the country.
Rosales denounced that officials of the Maduro regime beat women who were in the vicinity of the national parliament, as well as deputies and members of the national and international press, who were also banned from entering the chamber.
“Today the world witnessed how a small group representing corruption, without respecting the rules of the Interior and Debates, and without a quorum, assaulted Parliament at the expense of the hunger of our nation, sold their consciences and betrayed their voters,” she said through his social networks.
Despite the outrages, the First Lady reiterated her commitment to recover Venezuela’s democracy and expressed her firm stance. “We continue, here nobody is going to give up,” she said.