November 27, 2018 08:53 PM
After updating on November 27, 2018 8:58 PM
Luisa Ortega Díaz, a general attorney in the exile, rejected Tuesday on the decision of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) to prescribe the candidate's Carabobo University Federation, Jessica Bello Barreto.
The prosecutor noted that the bill confirms the dissertation that the government holds in the institutions of the Venezuelan enemy.
"This action against the University of Carabobo confirms that the tyranny keeps the institutions hostile to impose their mischief and continues to run over the Venezuelans," Ortega was published via Twitter.
The prosecutor also urged the students to organize themselves so as not to accept what they described as a criminal decision that violates their rights.
"Students must arrange themselves not to accept this criminal decision that breaches their rights," he added.
This act against the University of Carabobo confirms that the tyranny retains the hostile institutions to impose their abuses and continue to run over the Venezuelans. Students must be arranged for NI to comply with this criminal decision that breaches their rights! https://t.co/dzP9o8RBZW
– Luisa Ortega Díaz (@ lortegadiaz) November 27, 2018