Maduro asks to denounce the “matraca” and “police abuses”

He asked the Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace to carry out a transformation of the security agencies.

Courtesy Nicolas Maduro | He gave a video speech for National Police Day

In the middle of a speech broadcast on video for the National Police Day, Nicolás Maduro called for a change in security agencies and asked citizens to denounce the “matraca”, the “human rights abuses”.

To “the honest police officers of this country, I make a call to the profound institutionality, I make a call to the Venezuelan popular power and in general to all State institutions, governments, mayors, that we insist on denouncing police abuses come whoever they come from, let us insist on denouncing the rattle, let us insist on denouncing the abuses of human rights, let us insist on denouncing everything that is wrongly done, and let us apply the third R, to revolutionize”.

“Mr. Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, Admiral in Chief Remigio Ceballos Ichaso, I ask to revolutionize the national police system,” he mentioned in his speech.

He took the opportunity to pay tribute “to all the officers, attached officers, chief officers, commissioners, detective commissioners and inspectors, in short, to the honest and brave women and men who hour after hour, day after day, expose their lives to guarantee the people a fundamental right, the right to citizen security”.

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, warned this Saturday about the threats that continue to coerce national citizen security.

“The threats against citizen security do not stop, the enemy of the Venezuelan people does not rest. Today’s act of graduation and promotions should serve to strengthen our commitment and loyalty to the constitution and the country.”

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