Voluntad Popular denounces arrest of union leader in Anzoátegui

From the party they alerted the international organizations that ensure human rights and the international observers of the Barbados Agreement that the regime is failing to comply with what was signed and continues to arbitrarily detain political activists.


Voluntad Popular denounced the arrest of union leader Yovanni Yaguaracuto, regional head of workers in the state of Anzoátegui, this Saturday at noon.

As reported by the political organization, on its social networks, Yaguaracuto was transferred to the headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Service (SIP).

“The union leader had been making important complaints in favor of the salary demands of workers in the health sector and evidencing the failures that occur in health centers in the state,” says the organization’s message.

From the party, they alerted the international organizations that ensure human rights and the international observers of the Barbados Agreement that the regime is failing to comply with what was signed and continues to arbitrarily detain political activists.

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