Venezuela: Juan Guaidó asks Argentina not to remain neutral in the face of crimes committed by the regime

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He did the same with Mexico. She asked them to “open their eyes” to a UN report that accuses Maduro of crimes against humanity.

Interim President Juan Guaidó asked the governments of Argentina and Mexico to open their eyes and not maintain neutrality in the face of the Crimes against humanity committed by the Nicolás Maduro regime.

A United Nations mission issued a 411-page documented report on Wednesday denouncing the violation of human rights in Venezuela where he accuses the Maduro regime of committing crimes against humanity since he took office in 2014.

In the opinion of Guaidó, head of the National Assembly, the international community cannot remain neutral in the face of crimes against humanity. He pointed out that it is not a fight between political parties, but against a regime accused of crimes against humanity and human rights violations.

“This report should open the eyes of countries that have become neutral, such as Argentina and Mexico, that have become neutral. It is not a struggle between two political camps, but rather of a dictatorship that waged a war against the Venezuelans, ”he stressed.

Guaidó stressed that the UN report is not “abstract” about those responsible for the tragedies that occurred in the country. On the contrary, it points to Nicolás Maduro and his Minister of Defense, Vladimir Padrino López, and of Interior, Justice and Peace, Néstor Reverol as the responsible to direct a systematic policy of harsh and cruel repression and violation of human rights.

Consequently, it ratified that the international community should not be an accomplice of an alleged criminal against humanity. Likewise, she indicated that it was not to choose Guaidó or to be on the side of an ideological position, but to decide whether to support a subject with accusations such as those in the UN reports.

For its part, the Maduro regime rejected the UN report which it described as “full of falsehoods” and “lies” and a lack of methodological rigor.

Caracas, special


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