Vaclav Havel, others condemn Venezuela's rights record

Por Venezuela Real - 10 de Diciembre, 2008, 20:15, Categoría: Prensa Internacional

Associated Press
Miami Herald
December 10, 2008

PRAGUE, Czech Republic -- Former presidents of the Czech Republic, Poland and South Africa say there is a lack of freedom and democracy in Venezuela.


Vaclav Havel, Lech Walesa and F.W. de Klerk say Venezuela restricts individual freedom and does not tolerate ``dissent and different thinking.''

The former presidents made the comments in an open letter released Wednesday -- the U.N. International Day for Human Rights.

They also say that opponents of Hugo Chávez's presidency are persecuted and call for ``guarantees for free expression and respect for human rights for all Venezuelans.''

Venezuela recently expelled two human rights activists after they presented a report criticizing Chávez's human rights record.





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