The deputy of the National Assembly, Américo De Grazia, on Wednesday blamed Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship for making Guyana the most violent region of Venezuela.
“The Mining Arc makes Guyana the most violent region in Venezuela,” De Grazia said on his official Twitter account.
Furthermore, the parliamentarian stressed that “the mining racket” unleashed by Maduro in search of gold, put that territory under occupation by national and international criminal gangs.
Similarly, the Venezuelan legislator stressed that the regime uses terrorist groups based in Venezuela as life insurance.
“The FARC, the ELN and Hezbollah are strategic partners of Nicolás Maduro’s regime,” he ended.