Saturday, 26 April 2014

Not even the opposition seems to denounce these attacks against it

Two months ago the former coup monger and current head of the National Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, read out on public- in Venezuela synonym with regime - TV private emails of opposition deputy María Corina Machado. The government had previously shown illegally tapped recordings of hers, among other opposition leaders.

Whatever the content of those emails, the government is not allowed to do that without court orders. But it does...and it is so common in Venezuela that opposition leaders don't even think it is worth mentioning to the international community...there are so many things to denounce and there is so little time the outside world has for Venezuela.

Still, this makes me wonder how far we are making people get used to anything.

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