President Guaidó condemned the acquittal of the murderer of David Vallenilla and reiterated his will to fight to recover the judicial system in Venezuela

Photo: Centro de Comunicación Nacional

 

The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, condemned the decision of the Caracas Court to acquit a military man indicted for the murder of David Vallenilla, a student murdered in 2017 during protests against the dictatorship.

By Centro de Comunicación Nacional

Sep 27, 2021

The national president assured that in Venezuela it is necessary to recover an independent justice system currently kidnapped by Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship.

“A few days after the UN Fact-finding Mission pointed out that David Vallenilla’s case was an extrajudicial execution, the justice system has acquitted his murderer,” he said through his Twitter account.

President Guaidó recalled that Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship has recognized that in Venezuela there is no independence of powers or an impartial judicial system, which is only reaffirmed with the decision on the Vallenilla case.

Read More: Centro de Comunicación Nacional – President Guaidó condemned the acquittal of the murderer of David Vallenilla and reiterated his will to fight to recover the judicial system in Venezuela

La Patilla in English