Thousands of Chavistas mobilize this Thursday in Caracas in defense of the sovereignty of Venezuela and in rejection of the alleged aggressions of the "Colombian oligarchy" and of the USA, countries that the government accuses of seeking to destabilize the Government of Nicolás Mature.
The march, which is also the scene to celebrate the eleventh anniversary of the creation of the youth movement of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), was led by the first vice president of the organization, Diosdado Cabello, and Maduro's son, Nicolás Maduro Guerra, known as "Nicolasito".
The different youth movements of the party also joined the mobilization that has as its final point the presidential palace of Miraflores to give a new boost to the ruler.
"More than 50,000 young people have mobilized to the city of Caracas ... to tell the world that we want peace," Nicolasito told the state VTV channel since the march.
The young man said that the purpose of the mobilization is "to tell the world" and "those countries that intend to" give, in their opinion, "orders" to Venezuela, that the only thing they ask for and want from the Chavista movement "is to be sovereign" .
The march also included ministers, high party leaders and members of the militia.
Chavismo supporters constantly mobilize in Venezuela to express their rejection of the measures that countries, especially the United States and Colombia, adopt against the Government of Maduro, who constantly denounces "aggressions" against his Administration.
Maduro said yesterday that he has "evidence" that the Administration of Colombian President Iván Duque "is preparing terrorist attacks" to assassinate him and destabilize the country.
The new complaint by the president adds more tension to the relations between the two countries, which go through a delicate moment since the Venezuelan ruler declared an "orange alert" at the border because of Colombia's supposed intention to create a conflict between the two nations .
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