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Venezuela denounces that PUD acts as an accomplice society

Caracas, Mar 28 (Prensa Latina) The Venezuelan Minister of Communication and Information, Freddy Ñáñez, denounced that the opposition United Democratic Platform (PUD) is acting as a society of accomplices, it was reported here today.

The ringleaders believe that by confusing the public opinion they will ‘cover up their co-responsibility in these crimes against the constitutional order’, wrote the official last night in his social network X.

In his message, the official stated that the PUD ‘are part of the Surname Pact’ and proof of this is that they have never condemned the assault on military barracks nor the execution of assassination plans.

The Vice President for Communication, Culture and Tourism also affirmed that ‘we will defend peace and be sure that there will be justice’.

Ñañez thus responded to a communiqué issued yesterday by the PUD in which they condemn the pretension of the Venezuelan Government of Nicolas Maduro to ‘continue the persecution against democratic forces’ by cataloguing the political party Vente Venezuela as a ‘criminal terrorist group’.

The text denounced this ‘delicate situation’, the State ‘falsely accusing’ Venezuelans, political parties and civil organizations, in addition to violating their civil rights and increasing authoritarianism, it said.

Recently, Venezuelan authorities have denounced new terrorist and assassination plots against the head of state, in which members of the Vente Venezuela party were involved.

Maduro denounced on Tuesday that two groups were dismantled in just 15 days in Maturín, Monagas state, and Caracas, by the security agencies that intended to make an attempt on his life, the last one on March 25.

Attorney General Tarek Williams Saab presented this week evidence implicating Jerry Ostos Perdomo and Carlos Castillo in a new plot against the Venezuelan president.

In the last hours, it was reported that about six people of that political formation sought refuge in the Argentinean embassy in this capital.