News

The Venezuelan opposition sees the offensive against the Guaidó party as an attack on the “right to object”.

The main Venezuelan opposition parties have voiced their opposition to what they interpret as a widespread attack on the “right to dissent” by the prosecution’s maneuvers to dissolve Voluntad Popular, the political formation of the country’s self-proclaimed “responsible president”, Juan Guaidó.

“This attack is aimed not only against Voluntad Popular, but against all political organizations that are determined to fight for our country’s freedom,” said Guaidó’s party in a statement.

Primero Justicia, who includes prominent opponents Henrique Capriles and Julio Borges, has “categorically” rejected the “dictatorship” ‘s plans to “dissolve a democratic party with violence and oppression”.

The Venezuelan opposition sees the offensive against the Guaidó party as an attack on the “right to object”.
The Venezuelan opposition sees the offensive against the Guaidó party as an attack on the “right to object”.

By doing so, he warned that “the right to dissent and practice politics in Venezuela is in a much more obvious danger and opens up a very dangerous spectrum for freedom and democracy that has been hard hit in the country”.

Similar Posts