The government of the United States and its allies have never had moral or legal authority to intervene in the elections in Venezuela, the ambassador of the Bolivarian republic of Venezuela to the United Nations (UN) Samuel Moncada,warned this Tuesday through his twitter account @SMoncada_VEN.
The claim was made after Donald Trump accused “the Nevada governor of executing an electoral coup. A crisis never seen in that country’s history,” referring to a threat to take legal action against the state of Nevada after local authorities passed a law to allow postal voting ahead of the planned presidential elections for the month of November.
Trump acusa al gobernador de Nevada de ejecutar un golpe de estado electoral. Una crisis nunca vista en la historia de ese país.
Se descubre la verdad histórica: EEUU y sus aliados nunca han tenido autoridad moral o legal para intervenir en las elecciones de Venezuela. pic.twitter.com/MzQuNHUW0l
— Samuel Moncada (@SMoncada_VEN) August 4, 2020
Moncada published “Trump accuses the Nevada governor of executing an electoral coup. A crisis never seen in the history of that country. The historical truth is uncovered: the US and its allies have never had the moral or legal authority to intervene in Venezuela’s elections.”
Featured image: Amb. Samuel Moncada. File photo.