The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, said that Roberto Picón, a close associate of the right-wing Capriles Radonski, intended to sabotage the electoral elections of the National Constituent Assembly scheduled for July 30, through a hacking computer.
The ultra-right Venezuelan deputy, Juan Requesens, confessed his desire to burn the Generalísimo Francisco de Miranda airbase, also known as "La Carlota", at a time when extremist groups commanded by his leadership once again attacked the military base.
Venezuelan Ambassador Jorge Valero said that the State Department deployed all its diplomatic potential behind that goal, without thinking that that attempt "would collapse headlong."
Inés Esparragoza, mother of Orlando Figuera, who died after a group of opposition guarimberos beat him, stabbed him and set him on fire on May 20 in Plaza Altamira, called for justice "not only for my son, but for all The fallen in the guarimbas ".
The Full Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice, presided over by Judge Maikel Moreno, admitted as soon as it had in law the petition for merits preliminary hearing filed by the deputy to the National Assembly, Pedro Carreño, against the Chief Prosecutor, Luisa Ortega Díaz, for the alleged commission of serious misconduct in the exercise of her position.
The video below shows how the extremists inflicted damage to the infrastructures, putting at risk the lives of children, pregnant women, in addition to employees who were in both agencies and who had to be evacuated.
The measure was taken due to disturbances of public order, a consequence of the opposition demonstrations in La Candelaria, where one of its headquarters is located.