Maduro: Not to impunity for right wing crimes

Hace 2 años.

The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, participated in the celebrations that, since March 5, have developed at the Mountain Headquarters, in the 23 de Enero parish in Caracas, to pay tribute to the Revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez, three years after his planting; a ceremony where he said that there can be no impunity for the crimes committed by the right wing.

In this activity, the Head of State posed the following question: Does anyone doubt that there is an empire that wants to swallow the history and the wealth of the Bolivarian Homeland?; In addition he said there can be no impunity for the killings committed by the right wing, remembering very especially the Revolutionary victims such as Eliezer Otaiza and Robert Serra.

In that event also recalled the oil strike, the “Guarimbas” (Street riot barricades), among other acts of violence that the right wing had orchestrated to attack the Revolution, “First it was (against) Chavez, now it is (against) Maduro”, said the National Chief.

During the last 10 days were held several events that ended this Tuesday, with the presence of the People, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) and representatives of the Government cabinet.