The ugly head of Chavista fascism blocks dissent once again

October 26, 2007

Disregarding the now empty voice
of the Minister of Defense, who yesterday called for accepting
dissidence and respecting the rights of others, Chavista thugs today
once again used violence and threats to silence the opposition in their
attempt to voice their objections to the proposed Constitutional
reform.
 
It was once again a carefully prepared
plot by the pro-Chavez fascist thugs who claim they are students, but
look like they were in graduate school in the eighties. As the
Secretary of the student parliament Yon Goicochea began addressing the crowd
at a meeting organized to present their objection to the Constitutional
reform, the violent Chavistas came in the room and prevented him from
speaking. The disruption became violent, some sort of firecracker was
exploded and a student injured and as Goicochea tried to protect
himself his nose was broken.
 
It was juts one
more event of a long list in the past couple of months in which the
voice of dissent was shattered by violence and the intolerance as
Chavismo tries to approve this one sided and illegal reform without
even allowing a significant fraction of the population to even express
its dissent.
 
Ironically, Goicochea was saying
that any constitutional reform should arise out of a consensus and
without any violence as the violent groups disrupted him.
 
Thus,
Chavista groups are so accustomed to running amok without control that
the Minister of Defense carries no weight. What else is new in the
autocracy?
 
Thus the reform continues its
unstoppable momentum towards the vote in December, no matter how
illegal it is and how much it violates the current Constitution. It has
been a on sided process, even repressive in the way it has been pushed
through without regards for those that either do not agree with it or
would like a reform that is the result of a consensus as any democracy
should be. \u003c/span\>\u003c/div\>\u003cdiv\> \u003c/div\>\u003cdiv\>And as empty as the words of the minister of Defense are those of the Deputies of the National Assembly who day after day carry on in the name of the “people” and “democracy”, while both are simply outrageously ignored in the fundamental definition of the future of rule of law in Venezuela. \u003c/div\>\u003c/div\>”,0]
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And
as empty as the words of the minister of Defense are those of the
Deputies of the National Assembly who day after day carry on in the
name of the “people” and “democracy”, while both are simply
outrageously ignored in the fundamental definition of the future of
rule of law in Venezuela.

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