Caracas Says that Media War Has been Launched Against Venezuela

The Venezuelan Government is going to act through legal channels before the media manipulation against the country, on the context of rightist violent actions carried out nationwide, informed Communication and Information minister Delcy Rodriguez.

“We will not allow these kind of manipulation,” said the Minister during a press conference last Sunday evening at Miraflores Presidential Palace, Caracas.

Condemning the harassment and attacks of fascist groups against public media outlets, minister Rodriguez showed a series of manipulated pictures spread by national and international media as Spain’s ABC, Chile’s El Mercurio, Tal Cual and El Nacional.

In this connection, Rodriguez remarked that Spanish outlet ABC is “in a permanent dirty campaign against Venezuela.”

“We would like to show this manipulation to the world and the national and international campaign under way today in Venezuela.”

The Minister said that “there is enough evidence to prove the type of plan being carried out against Venezuela and its legitimate Government.”

Therefore, she called on national and international media not to agree to putschist plans undertaken by rightist groups in the country.

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