Venezuelan VP supports minister after prison riot
Venezuela's Vice-President Nicolás Maduro expressed his condolences to the relatives of the casualties of Uribana prison, and remarked that the prison population is the "direct result" of capitalism
"We give our full support, all our support, and our company so that she can continue with this work," the vice-president said, and underscored Varela's "huge efforts," Efe, cited.
"We need the country to have prisons that are really model prisons," he added.
Maduro expressed his condolences to the relatives of the casualties of Uribana prison, and remarked that the prison population is the "direct result" of capitalism.
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