Political Voices in Venezuela Reject Bachelet’s Report

Political Voices in Venezuela Reject Bachelet’s Report

Caracas, Jul 10 –  Political voices in Venezuela join on Tuesday in the rejection of the report presented by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, on the status of these guarantees in the country.

The secretary general of the Patria Para Todos party, Ileana Medina, condemned the high official’s report, released last Thursday, as inappropriate.

The document mocks the real victims of the economic war and the guarimbas (acts of political violence in the streets), it ignored the fact that the Venezuelan people suffer aggression when they are prevented from buying food and medicine by unilateral coercive measures imposed by the U.S. empire,’ she added.

For its part, the militancy of the Venezuelan Popular Unity Party announced its discontent with the report, recognized as biased and unbiased by the Caracas authorities. ‘Bachelet accepted the invitation, generated certain expectations, but in the results we saw all the bias, all the manipulation and partiality with a stateless and criminal right,’ said the president of the political organization, Henry Hernandez, in statements to the local press.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro assured on Monday the sending of a letter in the name of the Executive with ‘several truths’ about the reality of the nation not shown in the document.

Already Venezuela, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, demanded a rectification of the lies, falsehoods, of the report read and I am personally sending a letter to the commissioner with several truths,’ he said.

The letter, he said, will be published in the next few days in the city of Geneva, Switzerland, headquarters of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.(Prensa Latina)

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