The Venezuelan opponent María Corina Machado declared for almost eight hours before a prosecutor who investigates an alleged magnicide attempt against President Nicolas Maduro.
For now, the prosecution has decided not to impute Machado and not to imprison her.
Although details of the extensive testimony offered were not revealed, Machado reiterated that there is no evidence that relate her to the alleged attempt to murder the Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.
“They can not detain me because I did not committ any crime and because I am a deputy (…), but mostly because there is no single evidence that I has committed any crime,” she told reporters after arriving at the Prosecution headquarters in the Venezuelan capital.
She also said that her lawyers were not allowed to attend to attend the interrogatory or review the file.