Cabello: Right wants to govern Venezuela to hand it over to the US

The first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, warned this Friday that the right seeks to govern the country to hand it over to the government of the United States (USA).

The statement was made by recalling the Statement by former US President Donald Trump who stated that his management aimed at seizing Venezuelan oil.

“They (the right) want to govern this country to hand it over to the gringos (…) Here they will enter, but the problem will be getting out (…) The Venezuelan opposition does not deserve one more drop of Venezuelan blood to be shed,” Cabello said from, Biruaca, Apure state where a mobilization was carried out in support of President Nicolás Maduro.

Last June, Trump said: “How about we are buying oil from Venezuela? When I left, Venezuela was about to collapse. We would have done it! We would have taken all their oil! It would have been right next door! But now we buy oil from Venezuela. We are making a dictator very rich! Can you believe it? Nobody can believe it!”

Cabello stressed the need to question the opposition

Before the gathered crowd, the socialist leader highlighted the morale of the Apureño people and asserted the need to question those opposition leaders who come to the communities requesting votes for the 2024 elections.

“After they requested sanctions, invasions, after they did that, they want to come and walk with the people of Biruaca, and tell them that the people need them. They called for sanctions, blockades and invasions against our country. You have to confront them and ask them, what are you doing here? Why do you come to ask for votes? If you still say that more sanctions are necessary,” stressed the first vice president of the PSUV.

In this sense, he recalled that this week the European Union issued a resolution questioning the disqualifications in Venezuela, stressing its meddling and colonialist practices against Venezuela.

“Now they can’t come because this town is going to put up with their bad upbringing,” Cabello pointed out while highlighting the work done by the Venezuelan woman considering it as a pillar of the Bolivarian Revolution.

On the other hand, the governor of the state of Apure, Eduardo Piñate, stressed that next Monday the people of Apure will mobilize throughout the country to commemorate the Bicentennial of the creation of the province of Apure and in support of President Nicolás Maduro.

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