The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, was not very happy with the statements of the Government of Canada after the regional elections that were held in the South American country last Sunday.
Ripe, during a press conference, he described as “stupid” the government of Justin Trudeau. “What Carrizo interests me that Canada recognizes or not Venezuela, if we recognize that we are independent,” said the president.
He also referred to the Canadian government as “insolent and stupid” and added “get out of Here Canadians and leave our homeland still.”
Maduro, Hugo Chavez’s dolphin and heir to the so-called “21st century revolution” responded to the Canadian declaration following the results of last Sunday. The Chavismo obtained 17 of the governorates of the oil country, while the opposition only won five of the states, plus one in which it maintained a slight advantage.
However, for the Canadian government, the transparency of the elections is in doubt.
Canada is very concerned about the actions of the Venezuelan regime to limit free and fair elections, especially through the unconstitutional control of the National Electoral Council,
the Minister of Foreign Affairs said in a statement, Chrystia Freeland.