Nicolás Maduro amenazó a la oposición con “llevar a la cárcel a quien tenga que llevar”

InfobaeEn una dura amenaza a la oposición, el presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, aseguró este domingo que no le “temblará el pulso” para “castigar férreamente” a los que quieren “incendiar y llenar de violencia” el país, así como para “llevar a la cárcel a quien tenga que llevar”.

El presidente venezolano, Nicolás Maduro, reveló este domingo un video de la supuesta delación de un activista opositor preso, que acusa a diputados de su partido de pagar para generar violencia en las protestas contra el gobierno.

En la grabación aparece Alejandro Sánchez, quien fue arrestado el viernes junto con su hermano gemelo, José, en medio de manifestaciones que desde hace dos semanas exigen respeto a la autonomía del Parlamento -de mayoría opositora- y elecciones.

Alejandro Sánchez asegura que los diputados del partido Primero Justicia, Tomás Guanipa, José Guerra y Marialbert Barrios, junto con el responsable de la organización en Caracas, Carmelo Zambrano, entregaron cajas con dinero a unos jóvenes con la instrucción de “prender Caracas” durante las protestas. …

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