Maduro attacks Gabriel Boric: "It is a rejected and repudiated government"

Maduro attacks Gabriel Boric: “It is a rejected and repudiated government”

Maduro’s statements were made at the meeting of the Working Group of the Sao Paulo Forum that is being held in Caracas. He affirmed that “in Chile there was a people, but there was no vanguard, there was no leadership, there was no project”


The president Nicolás Maduro attacked this Friday, November 18, against the president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, whom he accused of having “more than 2,000 political prisoners” in his country.

He referred to the defeat suffered by Boric who promoted a plebiscite to approve a project for a new Constitution in Chile, and which was rejected by more than 61% of voters. Maduro’s statements They were given at the meeting of the Working Group of the Sao Paulo Forum that takes place in Caracas.

“In Chile there was a people, but there was no vanguard, there was no leadership, there was no project, and in the end the people ended up voting against themselves, they ended up voting against a rejected and repudiated government in Chile,” he said.

Maduro added that “in Venezuela, unlike Chile, unfortunately I have to say it, with pain for Chile, for the people of Allende, for the more than 2,000 young political prisoners who are still behind bars, I have to say it, in Venezuela a people arose, a leader, a project and it became a Constituent Assembly, and later it became a victorious founding Constitution of a new republic, unlike Chile,” he said.

held that He expects any right-wing government to criticize him, but “one of the left”. At the same time, he praised Gustavo Petro and Lula Da Silva. “The electoral victories of President Gustavo Petro, in Colombia, and of Lula da Silva in Brazil, open up a new geopolitical age for Latin America and a great opportunity to build our new independence.”

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Regarding the Sao Paulo Forum, he highlighted that “it has allowed us to bring together unity in diversity, unity in permanent debate, unity for action (…) In the worst circumstances that we have had to experience, Venezuelans have always had the solidarity and the support of the social movements and the Forum of Sao Paulo».

Maduro assured -on the other hand- that “in Venezuela we believe in an alternative model and we are building it, a deeply democratic model”, which has contributed to recovering the country’s economy, through a new system in the exchange field, in that regulates and self-regulates the market. “None of us are moved by an immovable ideology, We believe in a libertarian society that overcomes neoliberal capitalism».

This -he affirmed- has allowed Venezuela to continue on a path of recovery, evidenced in the official figures from April 2021 to June 2022.

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