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Maduro will of the prisoners who protested against government release

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The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has Thursday announced that he was the activists who were arrested during anti-government protests led, to release. Thus, he wants ‘his policy of ‘peace and reconciliation in the paint.

In total, sitting in Venezuela, according to the human rights organisation Foro Penal, more than 300 people in the cell because they are being accused of inciting violence during the protestgolven against the government in 2014 and 2017. In the demonstrations, which were hard were encountered by the police, attacked more than 160 dead.

“I want a policy of peace, meet again and national reconciliation”, declared Maduro.

Sworn by controversial group of confidants

The president presented also in other areas his policies: he wants the fight to go with the hyperinflation in the by a heavy economic crisis affected land, action against the U.s. sanctions and the socialist ideology, reinforce it, was the.

The announcement of Maduro comes just after his swearing in for a new term as president of the South American country. He was sworn in by the controversial constituent assembly in July last year, the tasks of the opposition-dominated parliament took over and in which only the confidants of the president are.

Maduro was Sunday re-elected with 68 percent of the vote. According to the opposition happened thousands of irregularities during the controversial vote, which also was internationally condemned. The main challenger, Henri Falcon, has already stated that he will the election results will be contested.

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