Julio Borges on Venezuela


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These 130 days of struggle have not been in vain. Don't be demoralized. Don't think the government is winning: What the government is doing is destroying itself.feedback
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Aug 07 2017
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All quotes by Julio Borges on Venezuela

It seems like a movie. Some people say it is a set-up, some that it is real ... Yesterday was full of contradictions ... A thousand things are happening, but I summarize it like this: a government is decaying and rotting, while a nation is fighting for dignity.feedback

It is the clearest acknowledgment that Venezuela lives a dictatorship that intends to impose itself – against the democratic spirit – through a constituent assembly that will only deepen the social, political and humanitarian crisis that affects the country.feedback

It is apparent Goldman Sachs decided to make a quick buck off the suffering of the Venezuelan people. Given the irregular nature of this transaction and the absurd financial terms involved that are to the detriment of Venezuela and its people, the National Assembly will soon launch an investigation into the matter. I also intend to recommend to any future democratic government of Venezuela not to recognize or pay on these bonds.feedback

Goldman Sachs' financial lifeline to the regime will serve to strengthen the brutal repression un-leashed against the hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans peacefully protesting for political change in the country. Given the unconstitutional nature of Nicolas Maduro's administration, its unwillingness to hold democratic elections and its systematic violation of human rights, I am dismayed that Goldman Sachs decided to enter this transaction.feedback

Today's decision is nothing more than an evil announcement meant to divide, distract, and confuse Venezuelans further. Today we've entered a new stage and that means more struggle and more street action.feedback

What the Venezuelan people want isn't to change the constitution but to change Maduro through voting.feedback

This is a scam to deceive the Venezuelan people with a mechanism that is nothing more than a coup.feedback

I'm calling on the country, on all of Venezuela, to go out into the streets until we have a democratic country with social justice, where there's progress for all.feedback

That's the only way there will be peace in Venezuela.feedback

In Venezuela the only dialogue possible is the vote. We all have to get out - for the dignity of our country, the dignity of our children and the dignity of Venezuela.feedback

Maduro is now the National Assembly. It's one thing to try and build a dictatorship and another to complete the circuit.feedback

We will show clearly to Venezuela and the world that in this crisis, responsibility for breaking the constitution has clearly been Nicolas Maduro's.feedback

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