The leader of the Venezuelan opposition called the attack on Maduro as a “farce”
Julio Borges said that the video of the assassination attempt was mounted to the persecution of opponents of the authorities.
Member of National Assembly (Parliament) from the opposition, Julio Borges called for the assassination of Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro as a “farce”. About this he wrote on his page on “Twitter”.
“No one in the country and around the world do not believe in the authenticity of the attack. This is nothing more than a farce. We all know that the video of the assassination attempt was mounted in order to prosecute those who oppose your dictatorship,” — said in a statement, quoted by TASS.
The assassination of Venezuelan President using drones happened during his speech in Caracas at a ceremony in honor of the 81st anniversary of the Bolivarian National guard. Aircraft were destroyed, with seven law enforcement officers were injured. Maduro and members of the country’s top leadership remained intact.
Shortly thereafter, in the state of the nation address, the Venezuelan leader accused of involvement in the incident, “the Venezuelan ultra-right, along with the Colombian ultra-right” and Juan Manuel Santos, at that time directed Columbia. Maduro also suggested that some of those who planned to kill him, live in the USA. He also said that the organizers invited artists $50 million for the work.
The Venezuelan government will request the extradition from the United States and Colombia involved in the assassination of the President.
On Sunday, the interior Minister of Venezuela, Nestor Reverol reported that authorities have detained six suspects.
The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Colombia, called the accusations absurd Maduro. The Venezuelan opposition has deemed it irresponsible attempts to blame her for what happened.