The deputy to the National Assembly, Marco Aurelio Quiñones, condemned that more and more Venezuelans are risking lives to seek a better future by fleeing Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship.
This Wednesday at least 87 Venezuelan migrants who were lost, after being abandoned by their supposed guides in their journey, were rescued in the Arizona desert.
Given this, Quiñones alluded to the drama that Venezuelans are going through around the world.
“In precarious boats, fording rivers, crossing trails and now walking through a desert in distant lands, Venezuelans seek the opportunity for a better future away from the corruption, hunger and crime that Maduro and his people have made a routine in Venezuela,” he remarked.
Likewise, the legislator affirmed that “every day more families are disintegrating, more cases of violent deaths in border areas, and more complaints of human trafficking.”
“Venezuela is left without Venezuelans and those responsible are only concerned with continuing their electoral farce to continue their relentless looting,” he concluded.