Again, The news about the possible death of a dissident of the extinct FARC in Venezuela is a reason for silence on the part of the Nicolás Maduro regime.
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If it is confirmed that Luciano Marín, alias Iván Márquez, died in Venezuelan territory, this will not be confirmed or denied by the Chavista authorities, as has happened in the past. with the aliases ‘el Paisa’, ‘Romaña’, ‘Jesús Santrich’ and ‘Gentil Duarte’.
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After EL TIEMPO revealed the news for the first time, Maduro has not yet referred to the fact. However, he did ask the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (Fanb) to be alert to alleged attacks from Colombia, a statement that was described as “cynical and irresponsible” by the Government of Iván Duque.
However, Maduro’s statements were ratified by Remigio Ceballos, Minister of the Interior and Justice. On his Twitter account, he wrote that they continue to “monitor the groups that generate violence, with extraterritorial connections, to bring them to justice. We will not allow alterations to the internal order.”
“It is the habit of the Venezuelan State to appear apparently indifferent to these events,” Luis Barragán, deputy of the opposition National Assembly (AN), elected in 2015, told this newspaper.
Barragán, a member of the AN’s Permanent Defense Commission, believes that the death of ‘Márquez’ may be related to an adjustment and rearrangement experienced by irregular groups in the country.
The parliamentarian believes that the recent approval of the Law of Special Economic Zones, which for Barragan is a measure that distributes control of the Venezuelan territory between the central power and the different irregular groups, is part of these disputes that would be resulting in these deaths. of ringleaders
“This news requires a statement from the military high command,” insisted the parliamentarian, who has criticized the silence of the State in these events. “This is about the security and defense of the Nation,” he added.
Analysts and security experts insist that the technique of not speaking out on the part of Nicolás Maduro is to avoid further accusations, since confirming the death of the dissidents is accepting that they live together in Venezuelan territory.
ANA RODRIGUEZ BRAZON
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