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English voice translation provided here.


 Quoting: NewGeneration2019


Tip for listening:

If you want to listen to this, use head phones and you'll hear that the English translation is coming through the right ear. Much easier than listening to the Spanish and English together.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
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At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
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Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
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So... little green men in Venezuela. Great........... wow
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Venezuela military prepared for any scenario that might arise, says Nicolas Maduro.

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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro calls for a popular rebellion in the streets of Venezuela against the coup d'état also says that the recent pro government protests in Venezuela are the biggest he has ever seen. -- TelerSUR Broadcast

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 Quoting: Pacifica


Communism/socialism is about the people coming together in solidarity against the invader who tries to exploit. So the socialist states when threatened with interference from imperialist intervention in their country, (as they would put it), would be much more willing to put aside their dissatisfaction with their any pre-existing dismal internal situation to fight against the enemy trying to meddle in their internal affairs.

Therefore, Trump could have made a mistake in publicly backing the opposition Guaido against Maduro. Venezuela could have ended up imploding by the end of the year, and it might still do that, but as I see it Trump hasn't done himself any favours. There will be more Venezuelans keen to support Maduro than there was before Trump opened his big mouth.
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I'm not a fan of either communism or capitalism. Communists are guilty of many crimes too.
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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
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Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
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torture
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From 1984, some state agencies were gradually installed in the building, the most important of which was the Directorate of Intelligence and Prevention Services (DISIP). The building was seriously affected by a bombing in the 1992 Venezuelan coup d'état attempts and an anti-aircraft response from it. The dome was later repaired following these events. Since 2010, part of the building serves as the headquarters of the National Experimental University of Security (UNES).

As unrest grew surrounding the Nicolás Maduro government, the facilities offices and rooms were converted into makeshift holding areas for the growing number of prisoners

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El Helicoide: From an icon to a infamous Venezuelan jail
By Karenina Velandia and Charlie Newland
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English voice translation provided here.


 Quoting: NewGeneration2019


Tip for listening:

If you want to listen to this, use head phones and you'll hear that the English translation is coming through the right ear. Much easier than listening to the Spanish and English together.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
 Quoting: Pacifica


At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]

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English voice translation provided here.


 Quoting: NewGeneration2019


Tip for listening:

If you want to listen to this, use head phones and you'll hear that the English translation is coming through the right ear. Much easier than listening to the Spanish and English together.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
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don't fuck with a Fascist government.
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Tip for listening:

If you want to listen to this, use head phones and you'll hear that the English translation is coming through the right ear. Much easier than listening to the Spanish and English together.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
 Quoting: Pacifica


At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


At another point in Maduro's speech today he said this week he gave a 15 min interview to a US reporter from Fox news, one done in Spanish and another in English. They told him the recorded interview would be be televised in the US later on. But after the interview was finished they instantly changed their mind about televising it. chuckle

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Tip for listening:

If you want to listen to this, use head phones and you'll hear that the English translation is coming through the right ear. Much easier than listening to the Spanish and English together.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
 Quoting: Pacifica


At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
 Quoting: OceanMan

torture
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From 1984, some state agencies were gradually installed in the building, the most important of which was the Directorate of Intelligence and Prevention Services (DISIP). The building was seriously affected by a bombing in the 1992 Venezuelan coup d'état attempts and an anti-aircraft response from it. The dome was later repaired following these events. Since 2010, part of the building serves as the headquarters of the National Experimental University of Security (UNES).

As unrest grew surrounding the Nicolás Maduro government, the facilities offices and rooms were converted into makeshift holding areas for the growing number of prisoners

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El Helicoide: From an icon to a infamous Venezuelan jail
By Karenina Velandia and Charlie Newland
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That's a rather sinister-looking building.
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Just listening to Maduro speaking, he was asked during the press conference if he's open to communicating with Guaido. After speaking for a while, answering this question, Maduro is now saying that late at night, on Jan 22 (just two days before Guaido declared himself President) between 11 and 12 o'clock, on the top floor of a hotel, Guaido came to meet with Maduro. He's describing how Guaido was dressed in a pullover, baseball cap and in a hoodie, with the hood covering his head, so he could not be seen by anyone. When Maduro asked him why he dressed like that, he said that he didn't want anyone to see him meeting with Maduro. Then the two of them talked a long time . . . . ..

to be continued! lolsign
 Quoting: Pacifica


At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
 Quoting: OceanMan


Yeah, that can be problem, when it's translated . .

Here's another bit . .

“Imperialism much finish. We are anti colonialists and anti imperialists. We don’t want to defend a word of racism. We don’t want to be the slaves of the white race. One hundred years ago, it was different, some people would have undersigned that. In South Africa we had apartheid, where the black people had to sit on the other side. Racism cannot be defended, colonialism must not be defenced, no country has the right to colonialise other continents or other countries. Nobody should have colonies like Puerto Rico should be free. However the elitism and the imperialism of the United States must be rejected. But I am an admirer of the Unites States. We have relations, multiple relations, I only stopped the diplomatic relationship with the government of Donald Trump . . . “


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At the link below, you can hear the full answer Maduro gives. I queued the link to start playing at the right place:

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 Quoting: Pacifica


This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
 Quoting: OceanMan


Yeah, that can be problem, when it's translated . .

Here's another bit . .

“Imperialism much finish. We are anti colonialists and anti imperialists. We don’t want to defend a word of racism. We don’t want to be the slaves of the white race. One hundred years ago, it was different, some people would have undersigned that. In South Africa we had apartheid, where the black people had to sit on the other side. Racism cannot be defended, colonialism must not be defenced, no country has the right to colonialise other continents or other countries. Nobody should have colonies like Puerto Rico should be free. However the elitism and the imperialism of the United States must be rejected. But I am an admirer of the Unites States. We have relations, multiple relations, I only stopped the diplomatic relationship with the government of Donald Trump . . . “


"The United States are much more than Donald Trump"
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There is much to love about the United States, but also much to hate. The conduct of my own country in the Pacific leaves much to be desired. Unfortunately, as resources around the world continue to be deplenished, things are going to become harder for everyone.
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This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
 Quoting: OceanMan


Yeah, that can be problem, when it's translated . .

Here's another bit . .

“Imperialism much finish. We are anti colonialists and anti imperialists. We don’t want to defend a word of racism. We don’t want to be the slaves of the white race. One hundred years ago, it was different, some people would have undersigned that. In South Africa we had apartheid, where the black people had to sit on the other side. Racism cannot be defended, colonialism must not be defenced, no country has the right to colonialise other continents or other countries. Nobody should have colonies like Puerto Rico should be free. However the elitism and the imperialism of the United States must be rejected. But I am an admirer of the Unites States. We have relations, multiple relations, I only stopped the diplomatic relationship with the government of Donald Trump . . . “


"The United States are much more than Donald Trump"
 Quoting: Pacifica


There is much to love about the United States, but also much to hate. The conduct of my own country in the Pacific leaves much to be desired. Unfortunately, as resources around the world continue to be deplenished, things are going to become harder for everyone.
 Quoting: OceanMan



About Putin . .


“Yes, I talked with Putin, and he has ratified and assured me of his complete support (said with a look of confident satisfaction). And he will send every time more wheat to Venezuela, he is investing money here to produce oil, he will make investment in gas, he will invest in satellite system and technology coming from Russia. There will be a military cooperation, we will continue this military cooperation which we have had for many years. We have a cooperative friendship and relationship (with Russia) we have his back-up, thank God. Thanks to the heritage of Chavez”
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Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
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Yeah, that can be problem, when it's translated . .

Here's another bit . .

“Imperialism much finish. We are anti colonialists and anti imperialists. We don’t want to defend a word of racism. We don’t want to be the slaves of the white race. One hundred years ago, it was different, some people would have undersigned that. In South Africa we had apartheid, where the black people had to sit on the other side. Racism cannot be defended, colonialism must not be defenced, no country has the right to colonialise other continents or other countries. Nobody should have colonies like Puerto Rico should be free. However the elitism and the imperialism of the United States must be rejected. But I am an admirer of the Unites States. We have relations, multiple relations, I only stopped the diplomatic relationship with the government of Donald Trump . . . “


"The United States are much more than Donald Trump"
 Quoting: Pacifica


There is much to love about the United States, but also much to hate. The conduct of my own country in the Pacific leaves much to be desired. Unfortunately, as resources around the world continue to be deplenished, things are going to become harder for everyone.
 Quoting: OceanMan



About Putin . .


“Yes, I talked with Putin, and he has ratified and assured me of his complete support (said with a look of confident satisfaction). And he will send every time more wheat to Venezuela, he is investing money here to produce oil, he will make investment in gas, he will invest in satellite system and technology coming from Russia. There will be a military cooperation, we will continue this military cooperation which we have had for many years. We have a cooperative friendship and relationship (with Russia) we have his back-up, thank God. Thanks to the heritage of Chavez”
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well, now, he's got something for everybody.
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Huge demonstration for the New President tomorrow.

I fear Maduro will use Snipers on them like that bastard Yanukovich did in Ukraine.
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This is actually compulsive viewing!

A reporter from Bloomberg Philadelphia asks Maduro about his exporting oil to North America and also asks him what sort of support he's getting from Putin. Maduro starts by saying how he knows Philadelphia, and he describes one particular building there, then he says how after his Presidency, he would like to drive around America, how he like the people, and likes American culture.

He speaks of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and as he's speaking about all these things, the look on the face of the reporter who asked the the question is priceless!!!

Queued here:


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
 Quoting: Pacifica


Interesting. Horrible translator, though.
 Quoting: OceanMan


Yeah, that can be problem, when it's translated . .

Here's another bit . .

“Imperialism much finish. We are anti colonialists and anti imperialists. We don’t want to defend a word of racism. We don’t want to be the slaves of the white race. One hundred years ago, it was different, some people would have undersigned that. In South Africa we had apartheid, where the black people had to sit on the other side. Racism cannot be defended, colonialism must not be defenced, no country has the right to colonialise other continents or other countries. Nobody should have colonies like Puerto Rico should be free. However the elitism and the imperialism of the United States must be rejected. But I am an admirer of the Unites States. We have relations, multiple relations, I only stopped the diplomatic relationship with the government of Donald Trump . . . “


"The United States are much more than Donald Trump"
 Quoting: Pacifica


There is much to love about the United States, but also much to hate. The conduct of my own country in the Pacific leaves much to be desired. Unfortunately, as resources around the world continue to be deplenished, things are going to become harder for everyone.
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Yes, the clambering for resources will only increase, and with it the strife.
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Pompeo wants to pay 20 million dollars for human aide...lol >> AFTER THEIR OWN SANCTIONS

Ah , only now...and why not before when needed ??? hyprocrite fat bastard.... only when the oilfield is in reach ?

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hear how he puts it...

POMPEO SAYS TIME FOR DEBATE ON VENEZUELA IS DONE, MADURO GOVERNMENT IS ILLEGITIMATE, 'MORALLY BANKRUPT" AND "UNDEMOCRATIC TO THE CORE



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TRANSLATION

"Do not support the coup in Venezuela": a protester calls Mike Pompeo



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Today, @SecPompeo will deliver remarks to the media on #Venezuela at 4:30 p.m. ET.
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U.S. Diplomats flee Embassy in Venezuela; January 2019


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Good video, thanks.
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U.S. Diplomats flee Embassy in Venezuela; January 2019


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no helicopters on the roof?
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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
 Quoting: OceanMan


So is what the translator says there wrong?

Here . .

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

. . .the translator says that Maduro is saying . . .

cases of vandalism will be investigated and I want twenty years maximum prison sentence in those cases where human beings are killed or maltreated"

That's different from what you say. I'm presuming you're spanish speaking (from your name) but the translator says something different from you.

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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
 Quoting: OceanMan


So is what the translator says there wrong?

Here . .

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

. . .the translator says that Maduro is saying . . .

cases of vandalism will be investigated and I want twenty years maximum prison sentence in those cases where human beings are killed or maltreated"

That's different from what you say. I'm presuming you're spanish speaking (from your name) but the translator says something different from you.
 Quoting: Pacifica


I've heard that Venezeulan prisons can be pretty bad, I doubt that anybody would see through a twenty-year sentence. But I don't really know...
Soaking up the thirst of the land.
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Venezuela braces for tomorrow where thousands of anti maduro protesters will hit the streets... but the army behind Maduro...

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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
 Quoting: OceanMan


So is what the translator says there wrong?

Here . .

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

. . .the translator says that Maduro is saying . . .

cases of vandalism will be investigated and I want twenty years maximum prison sentence in those cases where human beings are killed or maltreated"

That's different from what you say. I'm presuming you're spanish speaking (from your name) but the translator says something different from you.
 Quoting: Pacifica


I've heard that Venezeulan prisons can be pretty bad, I doubt that anybody would see through a twenty-year sentence. But I don't really know...
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Yeah, for sure. But my question was for Spanish Guy (who you were replying to) because he said that Maduro was saying that he wanted 20 year prison sentence just for acts of vandalism (burnin tires, etc) . .but at the link I gave, to the video of Maduro speaking, the English translator doesn't say that.
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Yes, I can translate.... he said that anyone protesting and causing "vandalism" (like setting tires on fire) will get a 20 years jail time
 Quoting: Spanish_guy


Twenty years in a Venezeulan prison? That's a death sentence.
 Quoting: OceanMan


So is what the translator says there wrong?

Here . .

[link to youtu.be (secure)]

. . .the translator says that Maduro is saying . . .

cases of vandalism will be investigated and I want twenty years maximum prison sentence in those cases where human beings are killed or maltreated"

That's different from what you say. I'm presuming you're spanish speaking (from your name) but the translator says something different from you.
 Quoting: Pacifica


Spanish_guy isn't helping much to dispel Maduro's claim that the Spanish govt. are going against the Maduro govt.. chuckle





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