Socialist Dictatorship Beats President Juan Guaidó’s Family

Uncle Goes Missing – After Guaidó’s Visit to US and Europe

by Elda Primera February 13, 2020 86

This week Juan José Marquez, the uncle of the Interim President Juan Guaidó, disappeared.

His disappearance occurred under the responsibility of SENIAT (tax agents) agents who captured and kidnapped him and took it to another unknown destination

Romina Botaro, wife to President Guaidó’s uncle, told reporters, “He is a pilot and is not a politician, the excuse to stop him is because he was wearing a protective shirt is missing”.

The forced disappearance is part of the practices uses by the socialist regime to intimidate and then torture people.

Florida Senator Rick Scott had this to say about the disappearance of Juan José Marquez, “This is a sign of despair on the part of Maduro’s dictatorship, he knows his time is up, he is a desperate tyrant”.

From the office of the presidency, @Presidencia_Ve post an international alert was issued on the disappearance of Juan José Marquez.

Avance informativo del Centro de Comunicación Nacional.

12 de febrero de 2020.

— Centro de Comunicación Nacional (@Presidencia_VE) February 13, 2020

Austrian government also condemned the kidnapping.

Austria condenó secuestro de Juan José Márquez, tío del presidente (e) Juan Guaidó

— Centro de Comunicación Nacional (@Presidencia_VE) February 13, 2020

He came with Juan Guaido as a companion on his return flight from the US.

He is kidnapped by the socialist dictatorship, demonstrating his authoritarian character and violation of human rights.

Elda Primera is a Venezuelan journalist in exile. She is a journalist covering the Venezuelan crisis. She was a television and radio reporter for 19 years in Venezuela before fleeing the country late last year. Currently, Elda continues to write about the Venezuelan conflict. Elda is an expert on the dangers of socialism. She is committed to freedom of expression and the restitution of democracy for a better world.