Vice President of United Socialist Party of Venezuela and number two chavista regime, God given hairinsulted the president of Chili, Gabriel Boricafter he denounced in the 77th UN General Assembly the humanitarian crisis in the Caribbean country that “has generated an unprecedented migratory flow” in the region.
Hair dismissed this action by the president of the southern nation, whom he called “fool” Y “gafo”
“Going to one of those instances for the first time and instead of talking about what you want to do for your country, you talk about the governments and neighboring peoples,” questioned Diosdado.
“He goes out to speak ill of Venezuela having so many problems in your country. A gigantic debt with the populations Mapuche and what he does is persecute them,” said Diosdado Cabello during his program “Con el mazo dando,” broadcast on the Chavista channel. Venezuelan Television.
He added that there are other problems such as student complaints, but that “the Chilean president prefers to talk about Venezuela to look good with the gringos”.
He also condemned the accusations made by the president of Paraguay, Mario Abdo Benitez whom he accused of being a thief.
During the 77th UN General Assembly the Chilean president Gabriel Boric He assured that “the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, as a result of its prolonged political crisis, has generated a migratory flow that is unprecedented in our region and in our country, putting tremendous pressure on our institutions and our society.”
He also urged “to continue working to contribute to the release of political prisoners in Nicaraguaand work so that nowhere in the world having different ideas from the government in power can end up in persecution or violation of human rights”.
The Chilean head of state made a call to strengthen democratic systems. “The way to face the problems that afflict our societies is paved with more democracy and not less, encouraging participation and not restricting it, promoting dialogue and never censoring it and, above all, respecting those who think differently,” he said.
“I rebel against the abyss that some try to dig before the legitimate diversity of opinions. From Chile we declare our will as builders of points in the face of these gaps that prevent us from meeting as diverse societies”, said the former student leader.
Regarding the overwhelming rejection (62%) of the proposal for a new Constitution in the plebiscite of last September 4, the Chilean leader pointed out that although “some have wanted to see the result as a defeat” of his administration, “a government can never feel defeated when the people speak out”.
(With information from EFE)