The deputy of the National Assembly, Tatiana Montiel, rejected this Sunday the declarations of a representative of Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship where he tries to make up the reality of what happened in the state of Anzoátegui.
“Confrontations? Some using the weapons of the Republic to make the distribution of fuel their business and others unarmed and legitimately claiming the abuse of these mafias, waiting up to 12 days to buy gasoline. That’s not confrontation,” Montiel said through her official Twitter account.
Furthermore, the parliamentarian condemned the attack by officials of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB), against citizens who were queuing for fuel at a refueling station in Barcelona.
Also, the representative of the National Parliament reiterated the complaints about the control of mafias in the sale of gasoline.
“Yesterday before a just protest, the response was shots by a NG, killing a person and injuring others,” she ended.
Reiteradas denuncias de los aragüeños por el control de mafias en la venta de gasolina, las personas llevaban esperando hasta 12 días para poder poner combustible, ayer ante el justo reclamo, la respuesta fue a tiros por parte de un GN, asesinando a una persona e hiriendo a otras https://t.co/D1daVR9c6k
— Tatiana Montiel (@Taty_Montiel) July 26, 2020