Diosdado Cabello, the second in command in Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro, called the president of the Republic Juan Carlos Varela a thief and a thief.
The president of the Constituent Assembly of Venezuela referred in this way to the Panamanian Chief Executive and assured that after the end of his presidential term, on June 30, he will be imprisoned.
"This when he hands over the presidency is imprisoned, I guarantee that this gentleman is imprisoned, he is a prisoner ... he is a rogue, a rogue, he is a thief, he is a thief ... you are going to see him imprisoned", Diosdado Cabello referred about Juan Carlos Varela in his television program Con el malzo dando.
The Chavez official reacted in that way after analyzing live the positions of the right-wing governments that support the president of the Venezuelan assembly, Juan Guaidó, who proclaimed himself interim president or in charge.
Venezuela has experienced a series of protests after Juan Guaidó called on his compatriots to protest in the streets of that country to take Nicolás Maduro out of power.
Under the name of Operation Freedom, the Venezuelan opposition aims to end the dictatorship. After knowing the start of the new jormadas of protests, Juan Carlos Varela said in his Twitter account that he supports Juan Guaidó so that a democratic solution to the Venezuelan crisis is sought.
Diosdado Cabello took as reference a note published by the EFE agency that was titled: "The President of Panama supports" the legitimate efforts of Guaidó in Venezuela. "