Death threats against opposition candidate
Ambassador Diego Arria who is a pre-candidate for president was assaulted while giving a conference at the Venezuelan Central University. Several alleged Hugo Chavez’s supporters interrupted the conference throwing tear gas, and then attacking Ambassador Arria hitting him repeatedly on his back. The thugs surrounded the participants with three motorcycles circulating the participants and said that if Ambassador Diego Arria were to return they will kill him. Hugo Chavez is responsible for the safety of Venezuelan citizens and should not allow any type of aggression.
On December 4 the opposition presidential pre-candidates held a second debate, but this time took place at Venevision network. Sadly, Venevision’s format for the debate was awful which made the debate a terrible presentation. Some of us who watched from abroad via Livestream provided by newspaper El Universal had to endure technical difficulties. The pre-candidates presented their ideas clearly, and I continue with my conviction that there are two top candidates for president, and that the other candidates should be part of the immediate leadership.
The first debate was much better:
Globovision reports that Israel Vice President Moshé Yaalon denounced Iran for creating terrorism with the help of Hugo Chavez.
Venezuelans need help from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.
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