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UC thought the arrests were meant to free students


November 06, 2018 08:32 PM
Updated November 06, 2018 8:46 PM

The University of Carabobo was announced Tuesday before the arrest of Iván Uzcátegui, president of the Federation of University Centers of this House of Studies and lawyer Ramon Bravo, central director of Comedores.

They noted that Uzcátegui Bravo are accused of alleged crimes of embezzlement and revenge fraud. In this context, he explained in the statement that the charges are due to "orchestral campaign to discourage, discredit and pretend to public opinion to question the credibility not only of those members of the community but of any democrat speaking of pluralism, free thought and conscience."

In addition, they noted that in detention they witnessed "incommunicado detention without evidence, disregard of fair trial guarantees, manipulation of the judiciary, career officials who quietly guard political kidnapping at police headquarters, that there is no way to match criminals to behavior, A personal action that incriminates. "

The statement said that the arrests were intended to release students politically because of the student process to be held on November 14.

"Ivan Ozakatagui and lawyer Ramon Bravo have not proved any crime. Over the last few days we have seen how records are being made and dismantled, because this is a political result, not a legal one," he said.

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