Mexico’s President Elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), has announced he will invite Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to his presidential inauguration. While other countries in the region are shunning Cuba’s puppet dictator in Caracas, it appears AMLO, an avowed socialist, cannot turn his back on a fellow socialist. Even if that socialist is a murderous and corrupt dictator controlled by another murderous and corrupt dictatorship.
Unfortunately for the Venezuelan people, it seems Mexico will be giving them the same treatment they give Cubans.
With Invitation to Maduro, AMLO Reveals He Will be an Ally of the Dictatorship
Mexico’s new president has come under fire for announcing that he will invite Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to his inauguration.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro will attend the inauguration of the recently elected president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), a situation that reveals that the struggle for democracy in Venezuela lost a strong ally.
Everything indicates that with the new government, Mexico will stop fighting against the dictatorship in the South American country, and on the contrary, it will decide, like Uruguay, to ignore the constant violations of human rights.
While countries around the world refuse to recognize the legitimacy of Nicolás Maduro’s regime and are demonstrating against the dictatorship, AMLO shows that he is inclined in favor of socialism, by extending an official invitation to Maduro; a fact that shows that the new government of Mexico does recognize him as president despite the electoral fraud with which Maduro sought to perpetuate himself in power.
AMLO said that people have a right to dissent, but “we are going to maintain a friendly policy with all the governments of the world.”
The reality is that the new president of Mexico has not assumed that Maduro is a dictator who remains de facto in power after an unprecedented electoral fraud, and in a context in which the vast majority of the Venezuelan population is against him.
AMLO seems to conveniently forget that Maduro doesn’t really head a “government,” but a dictatorship that violates human rights and that has provoked a humanitarian crisis that has affected all the countries of the region.
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