ANC Presented Law Against Hate to Supreme Court

Magistrate Maikel Moreno, president of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), received on Wednesday the warrant approved by the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), where the Justice System is asked to guarantee compliance with the Constitutional Law against Hate, Peaceful Coexistence and Tolerance.

The document was delivered by the first vice president of the ANC, Tania Díaz, who expressed the importance of asserting effectively and efficiently the content of the Constitutional Law against Hate, for Peaceful Coexistence and Tolerance.

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For his part, Judge Maikel Moreno, ratified on behalf of the Supreme Court the commitment to guarantee peace and democracy in the country, reports a press release from the TSJ.

“We are given by the Constitution to guarantee the democracy and stability of the people of Venezuela. We will review the appeal made to us by the most outstanding National Constituent Assembly, and have the full assurance that we will faithfully comply with this mandate, “said Moreno.

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In recent weeks the chavista population have been subjected to hate crimes promoted by the media campaign of hatred exacerbating the occurrence of incidents of hate violence. In Venezuela the state started talking more seriously about the issue of Crimes of Hate after a young Venezuelan was burnt alive (Orlando Figueras) during an opposition demonstration in 2017. Evidence shows that this happened because he was black and he was perceived as Chavista by fascist opposition demonstrators.


Source URL: La Radio del Sur with OT content

Translated by JRE

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