Maduro condemns interventionism of Rajoy in Venezuelan affairs
The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, rejected on Thursday the statements of the head of Government of Spain, Mariano Rajoy, who called for the release of the “Venezuelan political prisoners”.
During the beginning of the homeland chapter Youth Congress, in which called on young people to ‘take’ social networks, Maduro criticized the “imperial view” of the leader of the right-wing Popular Party (PP).
President @NicolasMaduro: “must convert us in champions world of the networks social” pic.twitter.com/fKTKamzK7Y-press presidential (@PresidencialVen) 16 of February of 2017 “is a great task, you will say, or it do us or who it makes by us, say you, them oligarchs?” (…) Mariano Rajoy? Bandit, protector of criminals and murderers, Mariano Rajoy will come to Venezuela with the imperial and colonialist and racist view that has our country? “, he asked his supporters.
> Maduro to Rajoy: you not has moral to talk of Venezuela this reaction is produced after Rajoy is delivered through Twitter and published a photo in which appears next to the spouse of the political opponent Venezuelan, Leopoldo Lopez, next to a message in which asked its release.
3 the imprisonment of @leopoldolopez years ago. We ask for Justice, human rights and freedom for political prisoners in Venezuela. MR pic.twitter.com/YvD2Fp1vp7 – Mariano Rajoy Brey (@marianorajoy) February 16, 2017 López is a Venezuelan leader who is serving a sentence of 14 years in prison in the Ramo Verde military prison, by anti-Government protests that took place in 2014 that left 43 dead and dozens of wounded.
> What happened on February 12, 2014 in Venezuela?
As ringleader of the plan “Departure”, is detained having been found guilty by the Commission of crimes of public incitement, damage to property, fire and Association to commit a crime.
“Will pop you teeth to Mariano Rajoy and all international right, which get Venezuela and intended to intervene it, they will be without teeth, you will see it,” said Maduro.