The First Lady of the Republic, Fabiana Rosales, paid tribute to all the young people killed by Nicolas’ regime during the peaceful protests seeking a better Venezuela.
Rosales gave this message as part of the three-year commemoration of the death of Juan Pablo Pernalete, who was murdered by the dictatorship on April 26th, 2017.
“Three years ago the regime took the life of Juan Pablo Pernalete, and broke another family, tried to silence us by imposing death sentences, as they do with chronic patients, the children of JM de los Rios or Charli Nuñez in Upata,” said Rosales this Sunday through her personal Twitter account.
Pernalete was killed by regime officials during a protest in Caracas. The young man died at age 20 protesting for Venezuela’s freedom. So far, his case remains unpunished.
Fabiana Rosales reiterated that, like Pernalete, the country continues to remember all the young Venezuelans whose lives were taken by the regime.
“Today not only one street bears your name, Juan Pablo, your name like that of Geraldine, Bassil Da Costa, Robert Redman, Neomar Lander and hundreds of murdered young people, it is engraved in millions of hearts of Venezuelan families who, like your parents, expect justice,” ended Rosales.