The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro Thursday repudiated the indictments issued by the secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, and members of the Venezuelan opposition, regarding the assassination of opposition Luis Manuel Diaz afternoon Wednesday in circumstances that are being investigated by the security agencies.
Maduro criticized that have not been fulfilled or 24 hours after the murder of Diaz and as actors in national and international right are quick to accuse the Bolivarian Revolution.
"I have asked the authorities that they have the accurate elements convene a press conference to let people know the real facts" of what happened, he said.
according to the president, accusations leader party Democratic Action (AD), Henry Ramos , against members of the United Socialist party of Venezuela (PSUV) who indicate having participated in the murder of Diaz, are made without evidence and seek "muddying the parliamentary elections" to be held on December 6.
the head of state urged Ramos Allup to support "the evil thing" accusation made through Twitter, without supporting evidence and when he witnesses the fact they have denied.
Maduro forward that preliminary investigations point to a reckoning killings by rival groups engaged in criminal activities.
he noted that the Venezuelan right and its allies in the United States (US) they know they have already lost the elections, so called on the people not to fall into provocations. reported that the right in this country are paying between 30 and 50 thousand dollars to some people "posing as Chavistas and appear with a gun to get him out for the whole world," adding looking to buy the "conscience" of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (fanbase).
"This country we will not sell or betray, never give the Bolivarian Revolution, I will defend as" he emphasized.