In his program Con Maduro +, President Nicolás Maduro warned Argentines of having chosen a “colonial project that kneels to the North American empire.”
The ruler Nicolás Maduro described the victory of Javier Milei in Argentina as a threat and pointed out that the “neo-Nazi extreme right won; an extreme right that comes with a colony project.”
In his program Con Maduro + he warned Argentines of having chosen a “colonial project kneeling to the North American empire” and indicated that Milei’s management will return the country to the past.
Maduro stressed that in his opinion the project of the new president of Argentina aims to end the state and social rights and establish on the continent an ultra-neoliberal project that was imposed in the 70s with coups d’état.
“The arrival of a right-wing extremist with a colonial project is a tremendous threat,” he highlighted.
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Regarding Essequibo, he once again reiterated the “massive” participation in the electoral simulation on Essequibo, however, he did not offer figures. He stated that the President of Guyana, Irfaan Ali, is acting “incongruously” due to his recent statements.
“The one who is not going to let them take advantage of our seas and our territory is the people of Venezuela, president of Guyana,” said the President.
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