Evo Morales blamed violence in Venezuela Almagro

The damage caused by the Venezuelan opposition is estimated at 15 million bolivars. | Photo: @vladimirpadrino

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, was responsible to the Secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, of the violence generated by opposition sectors in Venezuela.
Through his Twitter account, the representative referred to the recent protests violent that right-wing groups have taken against the Government of Nicolas Maduro for supposedly “restore democracy” in the country. These violent events have occurred after Almagro within the OAS efforts to apply the Internamericana Charter against Venezuela, despite the rejection of the countries members of the regional body. 

#OEA: luis Almagro is responsible for the violence in #Venezuela and will be responsible for the intervention.

-Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) 12 April 2017 > Chronicle from the inside of the violence have been in Venezuela Street vandalism made numerous, accompanied by protests, driven by opposition deputies. According to the State broadcaster Venezolana de Television (VTV), this Tuesday the headquarters of the Corporacion Venezolana food (Cval), located on the avenida Libertador in Barquisimeto, Lara state, was attacked by violent groups.
At least four official vehicles and two trucks were set on fire with petrol bombs, including a unit of mobile care mission Nevado, dedicated to the care of animals in the street.

AVN > vandalism in Caracas leaves damage by 15 million bolívares the Government of Maduro has denounced interference by Almagro and the pretensions of the Venezuelan right seeking an intervention in the country. Also called for peace and dialogue to resolve the issues in a sovereign way.