The Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles, presented the American Commission on Human Rights the presidential elections on April 14 in which Nicolas Maduro was chosen, a day before it becomes effective that Venezuela leaves the entity.
The opposition revealed that they will go to international bodies such as the Commission or the United Nations, after suing in May before the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) the total or partial annulment of the election of Maduro, who surpassed Capriles by 1.49 percentage.
The Supreme Court noted that the resources of the opposition are “unacceptable” on August 7, considering that they had “offensive and disrespectful concepts” and sought to “undermine” the credibility of citizens in institutions.
“We’ve said it, if justice does not work go to international bodies to defend not my rights but the rights of the Venezuelan people,” said Capriles, while he anticipated that the challenge will be delivered by a representative.
Meanwhile the Venezuelan regime believes that the IACHR and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (ICHR) are “an arm of the empire to attack Venezuela.“