JOHN McENVOY—Many are similarly concerned that Bachelet’s report is heavily one-sided. De Zayas, for instance, added: “It is unprofessional for the UN staff to ignore or not give appropriate weight to the submissions by Fundalatin, Grupo Sures, the Red Nacional de Derechos Humanos, and the specific answers provided by the government. The main principle guiding any honest researcher or investigator is audiatur et altera pars. All sides must be heard…”
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PETER KOENIG—Alberto Bachelet was deprived of food and water, water-boarded, tortured with apparent suffocation with plastic hoods over his head, electric shocks – and more. All of this, his daughter, Michelle Bachelet, was aware of and has for sure not forgotten. She knows what torture is; she knows what disrespect for Human Rights means. So, she knows that Venezuela, the legally elected Nicolás Maduro Government, does respect Human Rights; that, if there is any torturing in Venezuela, it’s by the opposition, by Juan Guaído’s criminal cronies.
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ARNOLD AUGUST—The US and its allies in the hemisphere, and beyond from Old Europe, organized two more coup attempts and three electrical power grid failures in March, on top of the successive economic and diplomatic sanctions that had already caused 40,000 deaths by January 23. Despite the hardships and the tense situation, overtures to the armed forces to desert the government fell on deaf ears.
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The president of Venezuela has stated that he caught conspirators plotting against him. Nicolas Maduro reported several days ago that the government managed to prevent a coup.