The Venezuelan Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS) Roy Chaderton reacted to a report issued by Human Rights Watch on Tuesday, saying: “As usual, and dishonestly, ahead of each election in Venezuela, the Latin American section of Human Rights Watch attacks the government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela with a report laden with arguments that are part of a destabilizing strategy of imperialist instigation.”
Chaderton said that the “routine” of this organization “shows once again the growing situation of deterioration in institutions that ought to guard the promotion and defense of human rights in the international community. They used to do so, and there are a few exceptions, but now many of these organizations have been ‘evolving’ towards unacceptable corrupt practices in which false or biased accounts are used to get funding to guarantee the continued operations and personal prosperity of the members of their boards of directors.”
“It’s surprising to see the failure of the most well-known human rights experts in Venezuela to denounce situations like the 1989 Caracazo and the 2002 coup d’état against President Hugo Chávez, given their loud presence in Washington, DC, where they constantly go to present malicious montages in exchange for scraps of bread,” Chaderton said.
YVKE Mundial / Press Office – Venezuelan Embassy to the U.S. / July 19, 2012