Venezuelan protests 2017

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Nicolas Maduro
Desperation, hatred, and fury thrive among the enemies of the fatherland.feedback
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Jun 25 2017
Nicolas Maduro, Henrique Capriles and Julio Borges, 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 51 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 89 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: “Desperation, hatred, and fury thrive among the enemies of the fatherland.”.
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Nikki Haley

This is an economic, political and humanitarian crisis that demands the world's attention. The Venezuelan government is in the midst of destroying human rights and democracy in Venezuela. It is conducting a campaign of violence and intimidation against unarmed demonstrators, businesses, civil society and freely elected political opposition. It's the reason why I am so concerned about Venezuela. Because in Venezuela, (one is) hard-pressed to see that Maduro is not following in the same steps as Assad. We have to make sure we stop it before it gets to that point.feedback

Henrique Capriles

Why do they need this money? To buy bombs and war supplies that are running out? To finance a fraudulent electoral campaign? Or to buy the food and medicine, which is what people need.feedback

Eduardo Lugo

We express our moral outrage about the the rapacity of this transaction between Goldman Sachs and the Central Bank of Venezuela through obscure intermediaries. It has given oxygen to the Maduro regime. It has given support to repression and systematic violations of human rights.feedback

Julio Borges

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

Henrique Capriles

How many doctors have left the country, they have calculated that more than 20,000 doctors have left Venezuela in recent times to practice medicine in other countries. We Venezuelans are losing everything, but they will not be able to rob us of our hope, our convictions, our firmness, as we are demonstrating, and fighting so that our country has a future.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

Enough meddling ... Go home, Donald Trump. Get out of Venezuela. Get your hands out of here. Get your pig hands out of here!feedback

Steven Mnuchin

The Venezuelan people are suffering from a collapsing economy brought about by their government's mismanagement and corruption. Members of the country's Supreme Court of Justice have exacerbated the situation by consistently interfering with the legislative branche's authority. By imposing these targeted sanctions, the United States is supporting the Venezuelan people in their efforts to protect and advance democratic governance in their country.feedback

Monica de Bolle - Peterson Institute for International Economics

I think [the situation in Venezuela] is getting close to the bottom because I don't know if Maduro can hold on to his government. It's been showing cracks for a while.feedback

Anelin Rojas

I'm here for the full 12 hours. And I'll be back every day there's a protest, for as long as is necessary. Unfortunately, we are up against a dictatorship. Nothing is going to change unless we force them.feedback

Tareck El Aissami

President Nicolas Maduro is grateful to Doctor Antonieta Caporale for her work.feedback

Shannon K. O'Neil - Council on Foreign Relations

After Chavez's death, Maduro has just continued and accelerated the authoritarian and totalitarian policies of Chavez.feedback

Delcy Rodriguez

President Maduro has made a big call to national dialogue. They are not peaceful, the opposition leaders share big responsibility in these acts of extremism and vandalism.feedback

Gustavo Dudamel

I raise my voice against any form of repression. Nothing justifies bloodshed. We must stop ignoring the just cry of the people suffocated by an intolerable crisis.feedback

Luis Amargo

I demand that Leopoldo Lopez be granted visitation rights, as set out in the Interamerican system of human rights.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

I see congress shaking in its boots before a constitutional convention. You wanted your elections. Here are your elections.feedback

Ramon Muchacho

We've never had so many patients coming in from a protest as we did today.feedback

Luis Emilio Rondon

It should be submitted for the consideration of all voters on the national registry.feedback

Miguel Pizarro

The repression has started. That's how those who want to maintain a dictatorship with violence act.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

This will be a citizens' assembly made up of workers. The day has come brothers. Don't fail me now. I am no Mussolini.feedback

Henrique Capriles

Those who call themselves the fathers of this constitution now want to kill it. The constituent assembly that Maduro has called doesn't appear in our constitution. All Maduro wants to do with this is avoid an electoral process.feedback

Julio Borges

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

Luis Vicente Leon

It's a way of calling elections that uses up energy but does not carry risk, because it's not a universal, direct, and secret vote. And it has the effect of pushing out the possibility of elections this year and probably next year as well.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

This will be a citizens' assembly made up of workers. The day has come brothers. Don't fail me now. Don't fail (Hugo) Chavez and don't fail your motherland.feedback

Julio Borges

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

Nicolas Maduro

I call a constituent assembly that will be profoundly communal, from the working class, from the people. I don't want a civil war. Do you want dialogue? Constituent power! Do you want peace? Constituent power!feedback

Nicolas Maduro

I have decided to increase the minimum wage, the pensions and the labor rates of all public administration workers – doctors, nurses, soldiers, police, firefighters, teachers by 60 percent the salary.feedback

Enrique Sánchez Falcón

From my point of view, they are in a dire situation that they don't know how to continue using the normal mechanisms, such as having elections.feedback

Hermann Escarrá

There are violent groups that don't understand that violence won't get us anywhere, and that we must have a dialogue despite our differences.feedback

David Smilde

It is sufficiently complex and ambiguous that it might freeze some countries in the international community who think this might be a concession to the opposition, or represents an autonomous political process and should be respected. It is a transparent attempt on the part of the government to skirt elections it knows it will lose.feedback

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

Delcy Rodriguez

Tomorrow, as ordered by President Nicolas Maduro, we will present a letter of resignation from the Organisation of American States, and we will begin a procedure that will take 24 months. [OAS has tried to take action to] intervene and take custody of our country, something that fortunately will never happen.feedback

Diosdado Cabello

In the morning they appear peaceful, in the afternoon they turn into terrorists and at night bandits and killers. Let me tell them straight: we're not going, Nicolas [Maduro] is not going.feedback

Lilian Tintori

President Maduro, this is a peaceful march. We have no weapons. We do not believe in violence. We're resisting because we want peace, tranquility, we want to be with our families again. We don't want Venezuelans to have to loot out of hunger. We want Venezuelans to have food and medicine.feedback

Lilian Tintori

We leave our homes with a lot of strength and a lot of faith because protesting is a constitutional and universal right. The Nicolas Maduro regime doesn't even allow us to gather.feedback

Margarita López-Maya

Legislators are now willing to go march and to take a beating. You didn't see that before. The international community has become aware of what is happening here, and they have sanctioned and heavily criticised the Maduro government. This also hadn't happened before.feedback

Rex W. Tillerson

We are concerned that the government of Maduro is violating its own constitution and is not allowing the opposition to have their voices heard, nor allowing them to organize in ways that expresses the views of the Venezuelan people.feedback

Phil Gunson - The International Crisis Group

It fits a broader pattern, in the sense that the government's response to surges in opposition activity tends to be the deepening of the revolution. There are those at the top, including Maduro himself, who appear genuinely to believe that this is a revolution and the ultimate goal is the replacement of the capitalist economy with one that is entirely state-run.feedback

Nicolas Maduro

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.feedback

Vlacmy Solorzano

We came to support Nicolás Maduro and the legacy of Chávez because we can't lose the great social advances of the revolution.feedback

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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