The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, denounced this Saturday a series of opposition conspiracies to try to destabilize the country and thus help the vote that will be in the United States in the coming days.
“We have caught conspiracies outside of our country. In the next few hours they intend actions of violent attacks to try to create the image of a crisis in Venezuela and turn the vote in Florida and the United States,” he said.
For this reason, it ordered both the intelligence and counterintelligence agencies of the police and the Bolivarian National Armed Force so that they remain alert to any threat.
Likewise, he called the opposition leader “coward, thief, bandit” Leopoldo Lopez, who “instead of Miraflores, came to Salamanca”.
Lastly, he appealed to the Simón Bolívar Great Patriotic Pole (GPPSB), the official campaign for the December 6 elections, to build a popular government system that supports the president when articulating government decisions.
“That he grasp them (the laws) in his hands and we reimburse them with the strength that we have today in the popular and communal movement of Venezuela & rdquor ;.