The team of Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “responsible president”, Juan Guaidó, warned of threats of “execution and arrest” of civilians and military officers after the Chavista regime’s alleged invasion, and has announced plans to seek “international pressure” to prevent abuse.
More than a dozen people were arrested as part of an operation in which Nicolás Maduro’s regime allegedly stopped an attempted “invasion” aimed at overthrowing the current authorities. Caracas links the internal opposition, Colombia and the United States to this conspiracy.
Guaidó’s team said in a statement that human rights and the basic guarantees of those detained in the past two days have been respected, as “the repressive bodies of the dictatorship through public media have announced the execution and arrest of people related to Venezuelan civilians and the military.” with Operation Gideon. “
In this sense, he recalled that “the history of the dictatorship includes” torture, disappearances and extrajudicial executions “, which is why it was proposed to look for” mechanisms of international pressure that try to contribute to the search for justice in a country in which the self “without going into detail.
“Our country doesn’t deserve to be constantly concerned about the lives of Venezuelans. Our young people don’t deserve to take the risks and consequences of a bloody dictatorship,” he added in a new call to create an “emergency government.” national “that allows” to save Venezuela “.