The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, assured this Monday that justice “will reach all terrorists”, the “conspirators” and the “plotters”, although he did not expressly name any names.
“I don’t like to talk for the sake of speaking, I’m just saying today (…) justice is going to come, operation tun tun, to all the terrorists, to all the violent ones, to all the conspirators and to all the plotters,” said Maduro during a public statement broadcast on state media.
The president assured that the country is working on three “priority fronts”: that of health, to combat the expansion of COVID-19; the economic, to “maintain economic resistance”; and the “of internal security, of peace”.
As part of the third front he explained that justice will come and even looking at the camera he added: “Even justice will come to you, to you who see me, do not cry on social networks.”
Therefore, he asked to have “a thousand eyes and a thousand ears in front of the conspirators, the wicked, the plotters, the terrorists”, those who “do not want to hear, do not want to see reality” and who “keep their plans miserable of coup attacks “.
“Do not complain later, they go out to cry on the networks when justice arrives,” added the head of state.
This Sunday, the Venezuelan opposition denounced the arrest of Rómulo García and Víctor Silio, two collaborators of the leader Juan Guaidó who are part of his security team.
The Bolivarian National Police (PNB) later reported that they had arrested both and claimed to have seized marijuana and a weapon.
Maduro also referred to the accusations of the US Government, which has filed charges against him for narcoterrorism and has offered $ 15 million for any information leading to his capture.
USA It also offers 10 million dollars for the capture of the considered number two of Chavismo, Diosdado Cabello, as well as the economic vice president, Tareck El Aissami.
In total, the USA He filed charges against 15 Venezuelan officials or ex-officials, among which are also the Defense Ministers, Vladimir Padrino; the one of Interior, Néstor Reverol; the president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Maikel Moreno, and the former deputy energy minister of Venezuela Nervis Gerardo Villalobos Cárdenas, among others.
In this regard, Maduro said that “if they get a hair out of one” of them “the people already have the plans” and “the civic-military-police union has the plans.”
“You know that the people gave those plans a name, the Bolivarian fury. The Bolivarian fury would be the national and international response of the Bolivarian revolution to any brutal extravagant aggression by the American empire,” he stressed.
Precisely, on Monday several deputies denounced that their houses appeared marked with graffiti referring to the “Bolivarian fury” of which until now there was no news.