The former president of the Spanish Government Felipe González has accused the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, of promoting legislative elections with which “closes its circle of tyranny”, but he predicts that his regime will not last.
González, in a brief statement on the occasion of those elections, continues to maintain a totally divergent position with the also former head of the Spanish socialist government José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.
Zapatero has expressed from Caracas his satisfaction with the development of legislative votes in Venezuela, in which the majority opposition led by Juan Guaidó does not participate considering them fraudulent.
Faced with this attitude of Zapatero, Felipe González has stressed that the National Assembly was the last bastion of the representation of popular sovereignty for being freely chosen by Venezuelans.
Since the election five years ago, the Maduro dictatorship has done everything to annul democratic representation
“Since the election five years ago, the Maduro dictatorship has done everything to annul democratic representation,” lamented the former President of the Government.
González has stressed that Venezuelans they have turned their backs on Maduro and, for this reason, he has predicted that his regime will not last.