18 de noviembre de 2016 11:23 AM
Actualizado el 18 de noviembre de 2016 14:15 PM
Venezuelan authorities released on Thursday opposition Congress lawmaker Rosmit Mantilla, who was held in custody since May 2014 following accusations from Chavismo for allegedly taking part in subversive plans during anti-government demonstrations occurred back that year.
“Deputy Rosmit Mantilla is free,” twitted Carlos Ocariz, a representative of the opposition alliance Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) in government-opposition talks, Efe reported.
Mantilla said he is committed more than ever to Venezuela. “Committed to Venezuelans, political prisoners, my brothers standing in lines, who cannot find medicines; committed to a change,” he stressed.