Tarek William Saab, said before Maduro’s Assembly that they’re guaranteeing Venezuelans’ fundamental rights, disregarding the reports by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Fact-Finding Mission; Tuberculosis was the main cause of death in jails of 19 states of Venezuela.
The 2015 Assembly reiterated their proposal to release funds rescued from corruption and put them in service of healthcare to immunize all Venezuelans; Maduro's Assembly requested to call the EU ambassador to Venezuela, Isabel Brilhante, persona non grata and recommended Maduro to order expelling her from the country and closing the EU office in Caracas.
The EU sanctioned 19 chavista officials; The 46th session of the UN Human Rights Council started on Monday. Despite the Venezuelan State being accused of systematic human rights violations and Maduro’s direct responsibility in our crisis, he spoke before the council to present his version of reality.
Chavismo decided to attack President Iván Duque from three of its institutions; Dr. Glendy Rivero was the first person to get the vaccine in the country; Workers of over 15 Caracas hospitals met to reiterate their dissatisfaction with their low wages. They assured that they haven’t been notified of any vaccination process.
The Central Bank closed the year with 86 tons of gold reserves, the lowest in 50 years; the Venezuelan Communist Party led a protest for fair wages, right outside the Assembly; the Spanish government will extradite a Venezuelan citizen at the request of Maduro, even though he applied for asylum.
Iris Varela reiterated her suggestion of detaining traitors, including Juan Guaidó; the Delegate Commission warned that FARC dissidents are operating in Apure and Bolívar states and Maduro knows about it; Chile said they’ll expel around 100 Venezuelan migrants who entered the country illegally.
Colombian President Iván Duque announced that he’ll grant Temporary Protection Status to benefit almost one million Venezuelans and will be valid for ten years; Chilean president Sebastián Piñera reiterated he wants to end the immigration crisis, caused mainly by Venezuelans.
Pemones in Bolívar denounced that over 100 people invaded their territory for illegal mining; one dead and eleven injured inmates (some with gunshot wounds) was the result of a mutiny in a Merida Police jail; Médicos Unidos reported that at least 334 healthcare workers have died of coronavirus in Venezuela.
ANC-imposed prosecutor general Tarek William Saab reported they had arrested three workers of PDVSA’s Gas Comunal. Journalist Kevin Arteaga, from El Carabobeño newspaper was served a subpoena by FAES officers. Chile authorized a military deployment on their border with Bolivia to control the flow of migrants, as a response to the death of two immigrants on Wednesday.
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