In Venezuela thwarted another attempt of coup d'etat
The head of the Ministry of communication and information of Venezuela, Jorge Rodriguez, told on Wednesday that as if occurred the plans of the coup to bring to power in the country, General Raul Badola, who joined the opposition and currently resides in prison.
"They planned to seize a military base "Carlota" and the release of Raul Baguala, then bring It to the "Carlota" to get Him on television and announce to the President, " Rodriguez said in state television. These actions would be as if it was planned on 23 and 24 June.
according to His statement in the plans of the conspirators from the opposition was the capture of the helicopter and the vault of the Central Bank in order to seize the Arsenal and armored vehicles, which are used to move money. The head of the Ministry told that "with all that They wanted to go to (the presidential Palace) Miraflores and the "Carlota" to carry out destabilization ". Also, according to His statement, the purpose of the coup was the loss among the residents.
in confirmation of his words, Rodriguez showed video confessions of Lieutenant Losada Carlos Saavedra, who was attracted to the plot.
According to Rodriguez, the plans of the conspirators was the assassination of President Nicolas Maduro, His wife Celia Flores and the head of the National constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello. Also the head of the Ministry said that the retired General cleaver alkali has Cojones as if planned in conjunction with the children Badola to bring to action against Maduro and His wife "100 Israeli agents," emphasizes radio Union.
Rodriguez was subjected to charges of belonging to the organization and financing of the conspiracy of the presidents of Colombia and Chile, and the U.S. government.
General Baduel and troops loyal to him in 2002, returned power to the former President of Venezuela Hugochavez after the attempted coup, when the coup for a few days, removed Him from office. Being an ardent supporter of Chavez, General then joined the opposition and voted against the constitutional reform allowing Chavez to be re-elected unlimited number of times, calling it " coup d'etat ". In 2009, Baduel was placed in jail and then sentenced to prison on charges of bribery. He was placed under house detention, but in 2017 again sent to prison.
in Venezuela, January 21, were launched numerous protests against President Nicolas Maduro shortly after the oath of office. The head of the National Assembly, controlled by the opposition, Juan Guido illegally declared himself the temporary head of the country. Some Western countries led by the United States spoke about the recognition of Guido. Maduro called the head of the Parliament a puppet of the US. Russia, China, Turkey and several other countries endorsed Maduro as the legitimate President. In the capital of Russia called "presidential status" of Guido non-existent.