Venezuela rejects illegitimate meeting between Julio Borges and de facto chancellor José Serra

Hace 9 meses.


The Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, categorically rejected the illegitimate meeting held between the deputy for the Primero Justicia party, Julio Borges, and the de facto Chancellor of the Federative Republic of Brazil, José Serra.

Rodríguez, through her Twitter account @DrodriguezVen, accused Julio Borges of being a usurper of duties and of being implicated in crimes against the Constitutional order in Venezuela, showing off corrupt friendships.

In a series of tweets, Rodríguez denounced that “the corrupt, coup-plotting and criminal right wing is internationally cartelized against the peoples of our Americas and favors imperial powers,” stressing that the Brazilian José Serra is involved in serious acts of corruption, “immerses himself in Affairs of Venezuela, coup plotters will not be able to defeat our people. ”

Following, the series of tweets:

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela categorically rejects the illegitimate meeting between Julio Borges and the de facto Chancellor @joseserra_”
17:37 – 9 Feb 2017

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“The usurper of functions, mr. @JulioBorges involved in crimes against the constitutional order in Venezuela shows off corrupt friendships”
17:37 – 9 Feb 2017

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“The corrupt, coup plotting and criminal right wing is internationally cartelized against the peoples of our Americas and favors imperial powers”
17:37 – 9 Feb 2017

Delcy Rodriguez
@DrodriguezVen
“De facto Chancellor @joseserra_ involved in serious acts of corruption and intrusion on issues of Venezuela! Coup plotters will not be able to defeat our people”
17:37 – 9 Feb 2017