The democratic opposition has managed to identify the revolutionary leaders who organized the siege and aggression against Juan Guaidó and his team on Saturday during a day of political work in San Carlos, capital of the llanero state of Cojedes. “Part of the democratic resistance in Venezuela has been to denounce aggressors and human rights violators in Venezuela, so much so that Nicolás Maduro is in the International Criminal Court,” Guaidó explained to EL MUNDO.

“We are going to continue denouncing, because we are not going to normalize violence or, much less, the dictatorship,” confirmed the president in charge of Venezuela to this newspaper, in a message addressed to those who work inside and outside the Creole country. to whitewash the Bolivarian revolution.

At the head of the violent group that beat, insulted, threw chairs and threw stones at Guaidó’s work team, which defended itself as best it could from the revolutionary onslaught, was former governor Nosliw Rodríguez, councilor Orlando Martínez and deputy John Moreno. . It was a previously concerted action, which was recorded by the aggressors themselves to impose on social networks that it was a fight between opponents, as happened a week ago in Maracaibo.

In this way, a similar modus operandi was repeated to the one already carried out in various attacks against the president of the democratic Parliament by agents of the dictatorship, either through members of the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) or by leaders posing as a kind of of “outraged people”.

“For the second time in a week, the interim president, Juan Guaidó, was attacked in Venezuela. The United States is deeply concerned and condemns these acts of violence, harassment and intimidation against the interim president and all those who defend democracy,” Antony Blinken stressed. , US Secretary of State, the strongest in reacting along with the governments of Canada and Colombia.

“We condemn the attack on the interim president by collective assassins of the regime in Cojedes. His physical integrity must be respected. We repudiate any form of violence and political persecution carried out by the dictatorship,” added Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States ( OEA).

The attack against Guaidó comes just hours after the Argentine president, Alberto Fernández, acted as Maduro’s “voice” at the Summit of the Americas, where he unblushingly recited the whitewashing plan launched by his allies, whose main bulwark in Spain it is the former president of the government, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.

According to the Peronist president, “Venezuela did an important job to carry out clean elections (something denied by the electoral mission sent by the European Union) and to protect human rights (the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague is continuing his investigation against Maduro and the Chavista generalate for crimes against humanity that include executions, torture, sexual violations, arbitrary detentions and forced disappearances).

“Events like this show the mood of the oppressive regime that today misrules Venezuela,” summarized the Democratic Unitary Platform, which brings together the main opposition parties.

Meanwhile, the “people’s president” continues his “peace tour”, which has taken him to Turkey, Algeria and Iran, a country in which he held a meeting “full of spirituality and wisdom” with the supreme leader, Ali Khamenei. “His words from him strengthen my soul and give us the necessary strength to continue walking the path of world peace and brotherhood that we want to consolidate,” assured the “son of Chavez.”

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