The Fiscal of the TPI opens a historical investigation against Chavismo

As if it were the world upside down, Chavismo celebrated this Wednesday for all the confirmation that the International Criminal Court (TPI) will investigate in

The Fiscal of the TPI opens a historical investigation against Chavismo

As if it were the world upside down, Chavismo celebrated this Wednesday for all the confirmation that the International Criminal Court (TPI) will investigate in depth the crimes of humanity committed in Venezuela. Crimes that involve not only Maduro Anicolás, also to the general of him and the police heads of him in power. It is the first investigation of this caliber in Latin America opened by the Hague Court.

"I signed a historic document with the Prosecutor Karim Khan, the memorandum of an understanding between Venezuela and the ICTA," Ripered Maduro during the act, retransmitted by the Chavistas channels.

It was a joint declaration, with which the Bolivarian revolution tries to blur with the smoke curtains of its propaganda, which means a historical advance in the struggle for the human rights recovered by the Revolution.

For mature, however, "marks the beginning of a new stage of dialogue, cooperation and mutual support to seek truth and justice."

"When passing to the next phase I am really pleased because we are committed to working collaboratively, independently, but with absolute respect at the principle of positive complementarity," the British prosecutor said in the same act. I had already advanced the previous prosecutor, Fátima Bensouda, who before leaving his position assured that there were "reasonable foundations" to demonstrate that human rights have been aware, not only in prisons, also in the Venezuelan streets.

In its reports on the country, the United Nations also alerted the world to extremely executing executions, torture, sexual violations, forced disappearances and arbitrary arrests demonstrated in the oil country.

"This decision gives a hope of justice to the hundreds of victims of the brutal repression of the mature regime," held José Miguel Vivanco, director for the Americas of Human Rights Watch (HRW).

"Historical Day for Venezuela", summarized Prosecutor Luisa Ortega, similar words to those employed by mature but with radically different meaning. The former collaborator of Hugo Chávez, persecuted later by Maduro and who currently requested asylum in Spain, has submitted evidence to judges and prosecutors in The Hague, including the execution of the rebel police group Óscar Pérez. Government agents fenced seven men (police, military and a journalist) and a nurse woman to bomb and shoot them when they had already surrendered. Later they finished them with a shot of grace.

"Important advance against impunity," he summed up the prestigious civil organization provides. "The prosecutor of the TPI listens clamor of the victims and decides to open a formal investigation into Venezuela for alleged crimes against humanity," the NGO concluded.

Updated Date: 04 November 2021, 04:41

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