Maduro President reiterates that dialogue is the way to peace

Maduro said leaders from right cover up those responsible for the deaths in Venezuela trying to falsely accuse the Government. | Photo: Press presidential

The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, reiterated Thursday that dialogue is the only way to achieve peace and respect throughout the country.
Maduro said he received messages from sectors of the opposition, inside and outside the country, who are willing to dialogue following the call made on Wednesday to resume talks.
The statements of the President took place during a ceremony from the headquarters of the 35 Brigade military police, located at Fort Tiuna in Caracas, where is the first healthcare centre of the mission Barrio Adentro, inaugurated in 2003 by Commander Hugo Chávez.

President @NicolasMaduro: “there will be no civil war ever in our homeland. What deprive here is peace” – presidential press (@PresidencialVen) 20 April 2017 the President Maduro also announced that it will to some spokesmen from the right, among them Governor Henrique Capriles, by false accusations against the Government and the institutions of State. 
“They (right) filled with hate people, sent to kill and then accuse (…)” honorable of our armed forces, and well, people always accuse me. I am going to file a complaint so that proves the truth and pay for his lies, who spread lies, tried to cover up the criminal”, said the head of State.
Capriles and other leaders of the right have accused the Venezuelan Government of the deaths during the violent protests of the opposition without evidence. Carlos Moreno, Paola Ramírez and Sergeant of the Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB) Niumar San Clemente Barrios were killed during opposition demonstrations of this Wednesday, April 19. The three cases are investigated by the Public Ministry (MP).
Who are the perpetrators of the deaths on April 19?
Carlos Moreno was killed from a shot in the head, in the vicinity of the La Estrella Park, in San Bernardino. It was near one of the demonstrations called by the so-called unity table (MUD) on April 19, but does not participate in it.
Paola Ramírez received a bullet impact when it was near the Plaza San Carlos, in San Cristóbal, Táchira State, on April 19.
She was also involved in the opposition protest. His killer is Iván Pernía Dávila (31), Member of the party’s right come to Venezuela. The Minister of Interior and justice of Venezuela, Néstor Reverol, indicated that crime was planned and deliberate. The opponent made 20 bullet impacts. He was already arrested.
Second Sergeant of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB), Niumar José san Clemente Barrios, gunned down when it housed the public order in San Antonio de los Altos, Miranda State, overnight on Wednesday. The authorities are investigating the case to find those responsible.