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The reaction to the cancellation of Nicolás Maduro's trip to Argentina: 'Democracy triumphed!'


"Enough for those who want to put the country on the wrong side of history," said Horacio Rodríguez Larreta. Mario Negri's critique of Kirchnerism.

Venezuela confirmed this Monday that Nicolás Maduro will not travel to Argentina to participate in the CELAC summit that will begin this Wednesday.

From the opposition, which had been condemning the visit due to the multiple accusations for crimes against human rights that weigh on the Chavista leader, they reacted with joy and branded the cancellation as a triumph of Argentine democracy.

"That Maduro does not come to Argentina is a sample of what we can achieve when we stand firm against the dictators who violate freedom, democratic values ​​and human rights in the region. ENOUGH to those who want to put the country on the wrong side of history", wrote Horacio Rodríguez Larreta.

And he continued: "My appreciation to the Argentine people for defending our democratic tradition and to all the leaders who, using the corresponding institutional tools, made the complaints that prevented his arrival."

In turn,

Patricia Bullrich

was emphatic to write down Maduro's non-visit to democracy.

"Democracy triumphed!

Dictators who violate human rights and drug traffickers cannot set foot in Argentina!

We did what was necessary," said Patricia Bullrich.

The PRO president also referred to the protests made on Sunday by Venezuelan citizens living in Buenos Aires, in which she herself was present.

"I am very happy that Maduro's drug trafficker does not come to our country. Also because the thousands of Venezuelans who had to emigrate to our homeland expelled for socialist delirium, avoided the offense of having to see how the government received them with honors such a dictator," concluded Bullrich, who had asked the DEA to arrest Maduro.

The radical Mario Negri also marked the cancellation of the trip as an achievement of democracy and slipped criticism of Kirchnerism.

"Maduro is not coming to Argentina. His Kirchner friends could not guarantee him the impunity he needed to move calmly around the country. Justice works here.

Great triumph of Argentine democracy

," said the national deputy.

For her part, María Eugenia Vidal maintained that the "repudiation" against the visit of the Chavista leader worked.

"The repudiation of the millions of Argentines who defend democracy, and of the thousands of Venezuelans who escaped from the regime, worked: the dictator Nicolás Maduro canceled his trip to Argentina," the national deputy for the City of Buenos Aires tweeted.

María Eugenia Vidal celebrated the non-visit of Nicolás Maduro to Argentina.

Forecasts indicated that Nicolás Maduro was going to participate in the CELAC summit in Buenos Aires.

He was expected to land on Argentine soil this Monday afternoon.

However, from Caracas they backtracked on the plans: in a statement they said that there was a plan in Argentina to attack the Venezuelan president and accused the "neo-fascist right."

Foreign Minister Iván Gil has already arrived in his place, accompanied by three other diplomats.

From Lousteau's "Not a step back" to De Marchi's paradoxes

Another of the opposition leaders who celebrated Maduro's non-visit to Argentina was Senator Martín Lousteau.

"I am glad that Nicolás Maduro finally does not come to Argentina. We cannot take a step back in the defense of democracy and human rights," said the Evolución Radical referent.

Sharp was Alejandro Finocchiaro.

"He was not encouraged. Freedom triumphs," said the national deputy and former Minister of Education.

Karina Banfi preferred to deepen her message.

"Maduro canceled his trip,

one less dictator will set foot in Argentina

! Those who violate human rights should not be received by any democratic country and hopefully they are increasingly afraid of being arrested by Justice since their crimes are the responsibility of the entire international community" , expressed the deputy of the UCR.

The one who was also analytical was Omar de Marchi.

"That Nicolás Maduro does not come to Argentina out of 'fear' is paradoxical. It is easy to feel strong, to kill, imprison, subject a people to poverty, from the hiding place of his dictatorship," said the national deputy of Together for the Change.

And he added: "Visiting the free world is not authorized for genocidal and dictators."

For his part, Maxi Ferraro marked Maduro's non-arrival as "great news".

"GREAT NEWS! A recognition to the entire Venezuelan community in Argentina and to those who rose up against the immorality of inviting a dictator like Nicolás Maduro to our country. Maduro, you are not welcome," said the president of the Civic Coalition.

look too

"Extravagant plans of alienated right-wing extremists": what the statement says about the cancellation of Nicolás Maduro's trip to Argentina

Venezuela confirmed that Nicolás Maduro will not travel to Argentina: he says there was a plan to attack him

Source: clarin

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