29 de septiembre de 2016 12:26 PM
Actualizado el 29 de septiembre de 2016 12:35 PM
Felipe González: "Venezuela is not a dictatorship, but an arbitrary tyranny that makes fun of its own lawfulness”
Ex Spanish Head of Government Felipe Gonzáles blasted the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, pointing to a breach in the rule of law, during a seminar held in Santiago de Chile.
"A difficult situation is happening in Venezuela which cannot be compared with anything. It is not a dictatorship; it is an arbitrary tyranny that makes fun of its own legitimacy,” the socialist leader hurled, as quoted by Efe.
“The (Venezuelan National) Assembly has passed 20 laws and 19 out of them have been nullified by the Constitutional Chamber (of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice), which was changed by the former Assembly,” he spelled out.
"Maduro was left without votes and he is likely to be left without boots," González said, asserting that “Venezuela’s implosion will make an impact on all Latin America.”