Crimes against Human Rights product of opposition violence must not go unpunished

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The National Commission for Truth, Justice, Care for Victims and Peace extended its condolences to the relatives of Orlando Figuera, who died on Saturday night, June 3, after weeks of medical attention for being burned and stabbed by violent opposition groups.

Figuera was passing through the vicinity of  the Francia Square in Altamira when he encountered groups of opponents who were summoned to protest against the Government. He was going to his uncle’s house, after leaving work, when one of those attending the meeting called him a supporter of the Government and then he was attacked, beaten, stabbed and burned alive by a group of violent people.

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“From the Truth Commission we extend our condolences to the relatives of Orlando Figuera, a victim of opposition violence”
12:16 – 4 Jun 2017

The Commission ratifies that crimes against Human Rights caused by opposition violence must not go unpunished, said the chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and member of the Commission, Delcy Rodríguez.

She added that the National Constituent Assembly will make it possible to correct deviations from the judicial system, in relation to denunciations of inaction
of instances of the system that have not allowed to do justice to these facts.

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“Crimes against Human Rights committed by the opposition violence must not go unpunished! The Constituent Assembly will correct deviations from the justice system!”
12:16 – 4 Jun 2017

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“The young man Figuera was a victim of racial and political hatred promoted by the opposition elite and oligarch. Venezuela does not deserve this criminal class”
12:18 – 4 Jun 2017