The Bolivarian nation will not forget the traitors either. Juan Guaidó, the self-proclaimed president of Venezuela on January 23, 2019, will not have impunity despite the dialogues with the opposition he represents. Guaido was not elected by anyone. He was not even a candidate in May 2018, when the legitimate and legal elections were held in Venezuela to choose the president. He was just some guy Venezuela’s right-wing chose in complicity with the U.S. to play the role of a pretend “popular” leader.
“That is why impunity will not be negotiated, whether the talks are in Mexico or on Mars. What there will be is justice, deep justice, because they have done so much damage to the Venezuelan family’s life,” Maduro said during an interview for Venezolana de Televisión.
Guaidó is the protagonist of the robbery of the CITGO company, a subsidiary of the Venezuelan state-owned oil company PDVSA in the U.S. He is also responsible for the seizure of more than $8 billion and the theft of more than $2 billion dollars in gold deposited in the Bank of England.