On Sunday morning, the New Venezuela Movement and the Costa Rican organization Un Mundo Sin Mordaza (A world without censonrship) protested outside the Venezuelan embassy, in San Pedro de Montes de Oca, with the intention of asking the current ambassador, Jesús Javier Arias Cárdenas, to leave office.
In addition, Roberto Blanco, leader of the Movement, denounced the actions committed by the Government in attacking human rights in one of the protests in El Junquito in Venezuela.
That day is going to be remembered in sad Venezuela as El Junquito massacre, a place that was dyed with the blood of Venezuelan brothers, where seven citizens were executed with virile shots in the head and where the death penalty was applied against them,”
The activist launched a call for Venezuelans in exile who are distributed in different countries of the world to raise their voices against the injustices of the Venezuelan Government.
Similarly, Blanco said that the international community should refuse to recognize both the regime and Venezuelan officials who are in complicity with the dictatorship.
It is incredible that the world is not seeing what is happening, that is why we call on all presidents, all governments of the world, to address the Venezuelan issue,”
said David Sánchez, who has been working in the country for approximately six months.
More than 27,000 Venezuelans live in Costa Rica with the intention of seeking the opportunities that the current Government of Nicolás Maduro does not offer them.