Venezuelan protests 2017

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Lilian Tintori
They told us he can't be contacted, he's in isolation and can't be visited. It's been a month with no news. His lawyers come every day but aren't given access. Leopoldo is being held by the regime of Maduro, by the military.feedback
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Apr 29 2017
Nicolas Maduro, Henrique Capriles and Lilian Tintori, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Venezuelan protests 2017. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 28 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 42 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Nicolas Maduro is: “All military police and civil structures of the state of Venezuela are activated in Plan Zamora which, in the initial Green phase will defend internal order and defend peace, and defeat the coup called by Washington and by the National Assembly President Julio Borges. I sign this document so this is immediately fulfilled.”.
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David Smilde

Venezuela has come under greater international scrutiny than in many years. That doesn't mean there won't be more arrests or disqualifications of opposition politicians. But it will be more difficult for the Maduro government to get away with it.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

The only way to reach peace is through words, through dialogue. But the reality is the order has come from Washington for zero dialogue in Venezuela, to make our country explode and give way for a foreign intervention.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela never in its history has had biological, chemical, or nuclear weapons.feedback

Maria Guedez

We need to get out on the street and fight, to tell these people we don't want them.feedback

Gikeissy Diaz

The government is afraid. If it were not afraid, it would not close the streets. ... It would not disqualify Capriles.feedback

Henrique Capriles

Today it's me, but tomorrow they will come for you. The only disqualified person in this country is you, Nicolás Maduro.feedback

Freddy Bernal

Mr. Capriles, you're trying to ignite the country. You're looking for deaths. Don't then come like a sissy saying that you're a political prisoner. Don't then come crying that you're being persecuted.feedback

Henrique Capriles

We're not taking to the streets because we don't like Maduro. The way we get rid of Maduro is with elections; that is how we change the worst government our country has ever seen.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

From the north [the United States], they give the order to the defeated fascist right of Venezuela to fill the streets with violence and blood. In Caracas, in Venezuela, peace has triumphed once again. The OAS has surpassed itself in aggression against Venezuela. It is a real court of inquisition, carrying out abuses and vulgarities.feedback

Henrique Capriles

Here the world can see the dictatorial path Mr. Maduro has chosen.feedback

Jose Zapata

We're going to get rid of them, but we have to fight.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

I think today we can find a coherent, clear and constitutional solution that clears up doubts and disarms internal and external aggressions. It's all a plan to intervene in Venezuela, provoke national chaos and impose a coup d'etat. Venezuela has a powerful democracy ... the constitution is fully intact.feedback

Henry Ramos

The shameless criminals are going to overturn sentences 155 and 156 in the next few hours.feedback

Javier Corrales

It's not clear exactly how wounded the government is. This is the first time since the opposition won the National Assembly in 2015 that they have managed to get the president to reverse a decision. So this is huge. It was really perhaps the first sign of public dissent within the ranks. And it was huge that Maduro did not trash her. Maduro must have realized that Ortega was not acting alone.feedback

Julio Borges

This is trash from people who have kidnapped the constitution, rights and freedom of Venezuelans ... The National Assembly does not recognize the Supreme Court.feedback

Julio Borges

We want to make perfectly clear to all the oil companies that any strategic alliance (that did not go through Congress) is null.feedback

Alfredo Romero

The level of repression has risen to a brutal level. The rise has come from the unpopularity of Maduro.feedback

Steffen Seibert

It is intolerable how President Maduro is making the population of his country hostages to his own power ambitions.feedback

Julio Borges

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

Mark Toner

This rupture of democratic and constitutional norms greatly damages Venezuela's democratic institutions and denies the Venezuelan people the right to shape their country's future through their elected representatives. We consider it a serious setback for democracy in Venezuela.feedback

Marco Rubio

Venezuela's democracy has been on life support for years now, but the decision to shut down the country's legislative body confirms our worst fears; Maduro is an unhinged dictator who has systematically dismantled democracy in this country.feedback

Delcy Rodriguez

We reject the Peruvian government's rude support for the violent and extremist sectors in Venezuela.feedback

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