Opposition leader blasts the government for celebrating a failed coup
"No matter how much this government tries to impose February 4, 1992 as a homeland day; for million Venezuelans it means and it will be the memory of a failed coup," Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles Radonski twitted on his account @hcapriles
Capriles Radonski specified on social network Twitter that the only memory of the events of 1992 is that "of a failed coup."
"No matter how much this government tries to impose February 4, 1992 as a homeland day; for million Venezuelans it means and it will be the memory of a failed coup," Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles Radonski twitted on his account @hcapriles.
The Miranda state governor expressed sympathy for the members of the National Bolivarian Armed Forces due to "the nightmarish show of today by Al Capone (Congress Speaker Diosdado Cabello)."
As for the use of the cap with the Venezuelan flag, the symbol of his campaign during the presidential election, Capriles posted: "They will never be able to expropriate it, let alone Venezuelans' future. Long live, Venezuela!"
Pablo Jiménez Guaricuco was summarily dismissed from his Clerk III job at the Autonomous Service of Public Registries and Notaries' Offices (Saren). He read a notice published in a newspaper on November 5 informing the public that he was no longer employed to the Saren. He was sacked despite the fact that he was taking a leave of absence from work due to a work-related accident, and that he enjoyed security of employment under the parental job-immunity privilege. Most probably, the decision was influenced by his role as a union organizer. But what did he do, besides leading protests, to deserve the sack? Well, he allegedly sent off a series of tweets that definitely hurt the sensitivity of the Saren Directorate.