Maduro: There will be no impunity here, it is much the damage they have done

Here there will be no impunity, much damage has been done to the Venezuelan family with the theft of Citgo, Monómeros, the kidnapping of more than $8 billion in bank accounts and the theft of the gold seized in the Bank of England”.

This was emphasized by the constitutional president of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro Moros, in an interview with journalist Ernesto Villegas, when asked about the possibility of a negotiation in Mexico that would stipulate impunity for those who from the extremist opposition have committed crimes.

In this sense, the Head of State stressed that in Mexico, impunity is not being negotiated: “There will be no impunity, neither in Mexico nor on Mars, in here there has to be justice, there is a lot of damage that has been done to the Venezuelan people with the theft of our assets, much damage has been done with coup d’etat attempts, with the signing of documents for an invasion and for killing Venezuelans”, he insisted.

“What is being proposed to the entire country and the empire is to go to a regularization of the war and for the Venezuelan Constitution to be respected, and also, that solutions be sought through the paths of dialogue”, he said.

He recalled that the delegation of the Constitutional Government of Venezuela is presenting in that second round of talks a document for the approval of two fundamental proposals: the immediate lifting of all sanctions and the immediate return of all bank accounts, assets and gold in Venezuela; and a statement in defense of the legitimate rights of Venezuela over the Essequibo territory.

Likewise, he reiterated that thanks to the national dialogue “we are advancing towards a new stage of political stability, in which sectors that responded to the agenda of violence, today recognize the legitimacy of the Bolivarian Government and the electoral path. The Venezuelan people wants Peace”.