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Without Presenting Evidence, Maduro Dictatorship Arrests Opposition Representative for Alleged Attack

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Deputy Juan Requesens was arrested by the Venezuelan intelligence service and it is not known where he was taken. President of the Constituent Assembly wants to approve the withdrawal of parliamentary immunity so that deputies can be tried

Venezuelan regime arrested on Tuesday Aug 7th the opposition deputy Juan Requesens, minutes before he is accused by the dictator Nicolás Maduro to participate in the alleged attack against him occurred last Saturday.

According to the party First Justice (center-right), to which the parliamentarian was affiliated, he was captured by 14 agents of the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin, the political police of chavismo) at home, in the eastern zone of Caracas.

Brazilian Foreign Minister Aloysio Nunes told the Folhapress news agency that he fears “the resurgence of repression against opponents in Venezuela.” The country is suspended from Mercosur for human rights violations.