The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reaffirmed that calling the dictator Nicolás Maduro president is to relativize human rights violations.
“The struggle of millions is trivialized, it is re-victimizing those who have been run over by the seizure of power,” he said.
Guaidó assured that Venezuelans continue to go through the worst crisis in their history and fight against a regime that violates rights systematically.
“Let’s not allow the tragedy to be normalized,” he said.
The national president assured that the Legitimate Government has built a majority, political and diplomatic capacities, to lead Venezuela to the solution of the crisis.
Llamar presidente al DICTADOR es relativizar violaciones de DDHH, es banalizar la lucha de millones, es revictimizar a los que han sido atropellados por el secuestro del poder
Los venezolanos atravesamos y luchamos contra una dictadura, no permitamos que se normalice la tragedia
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) June 18, 2021