National Assembly Dinorah Figuera, a social leader against the current
Maduro Chavismo orders the arrest of the president and the two vice presidents of the Assembly
Chavismo's total offensive against the three opposition legislators in exile who have led the legitimate National Assembly (AN) of Venezuela since last week.
Nicolás Maduro, through his Public Ministry, has demanded that Spain capture
, president of the AN, and
, second vice president, both exiled in Spain after fleeing the revolution.
Figuera is currently in Valencia, while Vásquez has recently moved from Madrid to a town in Toledo.
The same request has been sent to the United States, where the first vice president,
, resides .
Tarek William Saab
confirmed this morning in Caracas that in addition to the arrest warrants, Chavismo has requested an international red alert, as well as measures to seize and secure assets, block and freeze accounts.
"We'll see what they do," Saab wondered about the two countries, knowing he has no choice in the United States.
Spain, on the other hand, has just appointed an ambassador in Caracas as part of the process of rapprochement with Maduro that began in the period of
Arancha González Laya
at the head of Foreign Affairs.
For their part, sources from the Ministry of the Interior claimed
to have no record of this request
Caracas has repeatedly failed in its attempts to extradite opposition leader
, although it scored a partial victory when both the Spanish government and judges last year allowed the extradition of Venezuelan opposition leader
, falsely accused of a financial scandal.
"How is it possible that in 2023 some illegal subjects proclaimed themselves as a parliamentary commission to supposedly monitor the country's assets abroad?" asked Saab, who accused Washington, without evidence, of handing over 2.7 billion dollars to the interim government led by
The Public Ministry has extended its arrest warrant to the secretary of the AN,
, and the undersecretary,
Luis Alberto Bustos
The legitimate AN of 2015 remains active in the face of the electoral fraud perpetrated by Chavismo in 2020, which imposed a legislative body at the service of Maduro, made up of 256 revolutionary delegates and 21 collaborationist opponents.
Spain at the moment
does not recognize
Maduro, who also benefited from the 2018 electoral fraud, or this Bolivarian body.
In his first press conference, Figuera announced the creation of a
to "dispartisanize" blocked assets and to guarantee a transparent process.
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