Padre de David Vallenilla: Estamos en una dictadura que no sale con votos (Video)

David Vallenilla, father of a student shot dead by a National Guard soldier during an anti-government protest, gestures during an interview with AFP in Caracas on June 27 , 2017. Vallenilla's 22-year-old son David was killed by four pellets fired at point blank by a soldier with his shotgun last Thursday during clashes in front of La Carlota air base in eastern Caracas. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO
David Vallenilla, father of a student shot dead by a National Guard soldier during an anti-government protest, gestures during an interview with AFP in Caracas on June 27 , 2017.
Vallenilla’s 22-year-old son David was killed by four pellets fired at point blank by a soldier with his shotgun last Thursday during clashes in front of La Carlota air base in eastern Caracas. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

 

David Vallenilla, padre del estudiante asesinado durante las protestas de 2017 por un disparo a quemarropa en La Carlota, exhortó a los venezolanos a no votar en los comicios del 20 de mayo.

Vallenilla aseguró que Venezuela está en una dictadura que no saldrá del poder con votos

“No a votar por algo ilegítimo que nació muerto. No a votar. Es convalidar una dictadura y una dictadura no sale por votos”, expresó este sábado a Caraota Digital durante la marcha por los caídos.