Chavismo supports Cristina Kirchner in conviction for corruption


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O ditador venezuelano, Nicolás Maduro, participa de entrevista coletiva no Palácio Miraflores, em Caracas, em fevereiro de 2022.

Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro participates in a press conference at Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, in February 2022.| Photo: EFE/ Rayner Peña

The first vice president of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, expressed on Monday (24) your solidarity with the Vice President of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, for whom a prosecutor has asked for a sentence in 12 years in prison for alleged corruption when he ruled the country between 2007 and 1200.

In a press conference, Chavismo’s number two assured that the “attack” against Cristina is an “attempt by an Argentine judicial system very linked to the extreme right and American imperialism to provoke her suspension” and “incarceration”.

“Our hug of solidarity, our dear our honor and respect for President Cristina Kirchner”, he added.

On the last day 18 in August, Federal Prosecutor Diego Luciani asked years in prison for Cristina for alleged irregularities in the award of public works when she was head of state.

However, the former president guarantees that there is no evidence to support such accusations.

In this sense, Cabello highlighted that the PSUV “adds to all the gestures of solidarity with her and with those who are being persecuted by justice in Argentina”.

Per For his part, Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro expressed, in a letter released on Sunday, his “absolute solidarity” with the vice president. and Argentina in the face of these accusations, which he described as “unacceptable” and a “farce.”

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