Human Rights activist Lilian Tintori said that the Venezuelan people suffer the worst complex humanitarian emergency in the region’s history and that the only way to stop it is with the cessation of usurpation. ”To achieve the exit of the regime, the democratic countries of the world must collaborate. The people of Venezuela need them”, she added.
Maduro’s dictatorship is indolent, persecutes, tortures, destroys and even murders any person who does not collaborate or follow his vision. “I fled the dictatorship, I ran away. They locked me up, they took my passport, they followed me by car, they harassed me, they entered my house, they robbed us and then I spent 30 days locked in the Spanish Embassy and decided to escape. I passed by sea, by land, by air. I risked my life and that of my daughter Federica for a year and a half”, Tintori said.
“My husband, Leopoldo López, was tortured in a military prison for five years”, she added.
Regarding the negotiations between Maduro, Guaidó and Norway, Tintori pointed out that “the dictators use the dialogue to gain time and stay in power. Unfortunately there is no agreement because the regime does not want to”.
She also said that the president in charge, Juan Guaidó, works day and night, making all the necessary efforts and articulating his work with NGOs to reduce the suffering of the people who today do not have food, security or medicines.