The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, criticized this Sunday to the head of the Spanish government, Mariano Rajoy, for his attitude to the illegal referendum in Catalonia, and insinuated that acts as a "dictator" by not allowing the Catalans to express themselves through a consultation Popular.
More mature information calls Rajoy "coward" for allowing a "Aggression" to Ambassador Ma Hard load against Rajoy and predicts that "his teeth will fall" if he messes with Venezuela
Exterior complains to the ambassador for the insults of Maduro to Rajoy "from Venezuela PE We gave respect to the people of Catalonia. (...) Who acts as a dictator? Mature, which allowed an illegal consultation [opposition plebiscite], protected it and gave ample liberties? "or Mariano Rajoy, who does not want the people of Catalonia to say his word?" asked the Venezuelan president.
Maduro, who argued that "does not meddle" in internal affairs of other countries, suggested that the exit to this "roll" is "dialogue, diplomacy, understanding" and "respect for the people of Catalonia by the oligarchic governments."
"Tremendous roll there is with the theme of Catalonia and the repression that has ordered against the Catalan people president Mariano Rajoy." (...) "I am not going to get into these matters, but we must see the double standard," said Maduro, who was participating in Caracas in an act with social movements for peace in Venezuela.
Maduro has criticized on several occasions the position of the head of the Spanish government, who, in turn, has expressed his public support for Venezuela's opposition.
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