Venezuela: Since the Maduro regime could not stop the opposition Javier Gonzalez, he arrested his mother, brother and cousin
System Nicolás Maduro arrested Maria Koromoto Gonzalez, the mother of the activist and member of the Popular Will Party of Caracas, Javier “El Gocho” Gonzalez on Wednesday.
The information was denounced on the Twitter site of the political formation, where it was confirmed that the security forces were in the residence of “Al-Juju”, They did not find him, and arrested his mother, brother Michael, and cousin Michel Gonzalez.
“We hold the dictatorship responsible for what might happen to the Our brother’s family and we reject this new act of the regime against our organizationThey wrote in another message on Twitter.
Speaker of the Chavista Parliament, the ruling party On Tuesday, Jorge Rodriguez showed purported conversations via WhatsApp between Freddy Guevara, who was detained on Monday, and other opponents belonging to the Volentad Popolare political party, led by Leopoldo Lopez, among whom is “El Jucho”.
Furthermore, qOfficials from Venezuela’s Bolivarian Intelligence Service (SEBÍN) attempted to enter the home of the father of the director of the office of the country’s interim presidency, Luis Somaza, on Tuesday.
“The dictatorship is attacking us to stop the change in Fazla, and it is once again shown that it is afraid and uses its officials to show a power that it does not have.”Soma said.
The opposition official posted a video on his Twitter account in which he described the measure as Harassment by Nicolás Maduro’s regime. He called on the international community to judge this “violation of human rights.”
Earlier and also via Twitter, the President in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaido asserted that the Chavista dictatorship would “continue to persecute” and demanded political union and the support of the international community.
The legitimate Speaker of the National Assembly also stated that: “Dictatorship will continue to strive, which requires more unity, the support of the international community and a focus on goals.”
On Monday, the regime arrested a former opposition member of parliament, via Spin Freddy GuevaraHis lawyers denounced that they have not yet been able to contact his client, and therefore consider him a victim of “enforced disappearance”.
The attorney general’s office, which confirmed on Monday that the former parliamentarian had been detained by Sebin officials, accused Guevara of links to “extremist and paramilitary groups linked to the Colombian government.”