Street bosses in Apure were expelled after their wives participated in María Corina Machado's march

Street bosses in Apure were expelled after their wives participated in María Corina Machado's march

Street bosses in Apure were expelled after their wives participated in María Corina Machado's march

After the visit of Maria Corina Machado to the state of Apure, the reprisals carried out by the Nicolás Maduro administration against the civilian population did not take long, after the people of Apure showed their sympathy for the president's political project as well. Fenty Venezuela in the country.

By La Patella Reporter

Through communications made with those affected, it was learned that on Saturday, May 25, two street leaders in Paso Arauca, Pedro Camejo municipality in the state of Apure, were removed from their positions by the heads of the UBCH and the community, having been removed from their positions. The wives attended street activities called by the opposition on May 22 during the visit of national leader Maria Corina Machado to this border area.

The dismissed street leaders were Roque Ojeda and Corima Borjas, in Paso Arauca, who, according to the testimony of their relatives, were the target of political retaliation by the Chavista government in support of the MCM in Apure state. The class ended with a quarrel between the women because of the arbitrary decision taken by the Chavista.

Alexandra Herrera, the wife of one of the dismissed street leaders, rejected this measure on Sunday, May 26, after describing it as arbitrary and a violation of human rights. “While we do not speak, they steal our rights, abuse and mistreat us, and things are not like that. The impeachment was carried out by the UBCH presidents of Paso Arauca and Lesto Cedeño on the orders of Cabrera, the political leader of the government whose face is not shown,” Herrera told La Patilla newspaper.

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Two days after opposition political leader Maria Corina Machado visited Apure state, officials from the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) seized the boat and the motor of two boats in Apure to mobilize MCM through the waterway via the Maria Bridge. Nevis, which connects the states of Apure and Guarico and via Puerto Baez via the state of Amazonas.

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