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Activist Rocío San Miguel and her family are presented in Venezuelan courts

The Venezuelan activist Rocío São Miguelpresident of the NGO Controle Cidadão, arrested last Friday, is presented this Monday night to the Second Court against Terrorism, along with several of her family members, also deprived of their freedom in the last few hours, the attorney general said, Tarek William Saab.

In a message on his X account, the prosecutor informed that San Miguel’s presentation hearing, Alejandro José González Canalesformer companion of the activist, and four other citizens whose names he did not mention, but are, presumably, the family members who the activist’s defense previously reported as “absent”.

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The four people identified by one of the human rights defender’s lawyers are Miranda Diaz São Miguelactivist’s daughter; Miguel Anjo It is Alberto São Miguel, brothers; It is Victor Diaz ParutaMiranda’s father.

Saab stated that the public ministry (MP/Public Ministry) will request “measure of preventive judicial deprivation of liberty against the citizen Rocío del Carmen San Miguel Sosa for the alleged commission of crimes of treason, gang formation, terrorism and association, among others”.

Furthermore, he indicated that he will also request deprivation of liberty.”preventive” to González Canales for “alleged” committing the crimes (of) revealing political and military secrets relating to the security of the nation, obstruction of the administration of justice and association.

Likewise, it will request precautionary measures, “consisting of periodic appearances before the court of the case”, for the other four people.

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The prosecutor assured that the six detainees appear “allegedly involved” in the conspiracy plot called ‘white bracelet‘, whose objective was “attempt on the life of the head of state, Nicolás Maduroand other senior officials”, and with which he had already linked Rocío São Miguel when he confirmed his arrest this Sunday.

He highlighted that the actions are “within legal deadlines” It is “in strict accordance with respect for human rights“, despite the activist’s defense having denounced the “forced disappearance”from San Miguel, whose whereabouts have been unknown since Friday, when she was detained at the international airport of MaiquetiaThat fits Caracasuntil Sunday.

O Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) condemned this Monday the “forced disappearance”from San Miguel and recalled that the activist is the beneficiary of precautionary measures from the organization.

Source: Elcomercio

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