Uribe promises to keep on voicing his views of Venezuela
"As long as there is a dictatorship that is also a haven for terrorists, we will give an opinion on Venezuela day after day," former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe said on his micro blogging site
Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe disclosed on Monday that he will continue railing on the Venezuelan government led by Hugo Chávez. Uribe posted serious allegations against the Venezuelan Head of State on his Twitter account.
"As long as there is a dictatorship that is also a haven for terrorists, we will give an opinion on Venezuela day after day," Uribe (who was Colombian president from 2002 to 2010) fired back on his micro blogging site, AFP reported.
On Sunday night, Uribe termed Chávez a "murderer" and put the blame on him for prevailing insecurity in Venezuela. Furthermore, the ex-Colombian leader expressed his support for Venezuela's opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski in the presidential election to be held on October 7.
The Secretariat of Venezuela's National Assembly rejected Uribe's allegations; for its part, Miranda state governor and challeger Henrique Capriles asked Uribe not to meddle in Venezuela's voting.
The very early morning after the presidential election (April 15), both candidates requested the National Electoral Council (CNE) to conduct a full audit of the process: one, Henrique Capriles, because he asserts that the election results are different from the ones announced, and the other one, Nicolás Maduro, in order to clear any doubt regarding his victory, and to reinforce his political stance. Nevertheless, as it is already known, President Maduro changed his mind.