It is a sovereign shame to kneel before the gringo empire to save strange interests that are not those of our homeland or Our America. Mrs. Bachelet you will assume full responsibility for this betrayal of our interests and the political organizations that accompany your government.
"Notwithstanding the opposition of the United States, on March 15, 2006, the United Nations General Assembly, approved by 170 votes in favor and four against (1) the creation of the UN Human Rights Council. The Council will run the whole year, and not just six weeks as it did the abolished Commission on Human Rights.
(1) United States, Israel, Marshall Islands, and Palau"
Venezuela receives the support of 57 countries in the ONU Human Rights Council
A total of 57 countries that make up the United Nations Human Rights Council have backed Venezuela in its struggle for sovereignty, announced the permanent ambassador of the South American country, Jorge Valero.
IN THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL MEETING IN GENEVA 57 STATES SIGNED DECLARATION OFFERING SUPPORT TO VENEZUELA BOLIVARIANA AND REJECTING ANY FORM OF FOREIGN INTERVENTION IN ITS INTERNAL AFFAIRS
Venezuela reaffirms the overwhelming support received by the 57-nation United Nations Human Rights Council at the Geneva-based Human Rights Council, which signed a strong document that sympathizes with attempts at foreign intervention in Venezuela's internal affairs.
This statement was endorsed by:
Russia, China, India, South Africa, Iran, Vietnam, Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Angola, Ethiopia, Palestine, Qatar, Belarus, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan, Syria, Ecuador Dominica, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Namibia, Laos, Philippines, Philippines, Sudan, Sudan, Sudan, Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaragua, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis Burundi, Zimbabwe, Myanmar, Timor-Leste, Tajikistan, Oman, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Mauritania, Mozambique, Togo and Venezuela.
The following is the full text of the statement:
Joint Declaration in support of Venezuela:
1. We recognize the imperative of all States to respect the sovereignty of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in accordance with the universal principles of non-interference in internal affairs established in the Charter of the United Nations.
2. We consider that it is the Venezuelan people who are solely responsible for determining their future without external interference.
3. We support the Constitutional Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in its commitment to preserve peace and maintain democratic institutions in the country, as well as its determination to ensure full observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Venezuela.
4. We endorse President Nicolás Maduro Moros's repeated call for political dialogue between the different sectors that make life in Venezuela, with the aim of preserving peace and guaranteeing the stability of the country's democratic institutions.
5. We commend the commendable efforts made for political dialogue and peace by the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) and former Presidents José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero of Spain; Martin Torrijos of Panama; And Leonel Fernández, of the Dominican Republic, together with the Special Envoy of the Holy See.
6. We also support the incorporation of Latin American and Caribbean countries in the promotion of political dialogue in Venezuela, namely El Salvador, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay and the CARICOM member states.
7. We condemn any action that disturbs peace, tranquility and democratic stability, undermining the democratic institutions of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and threatening its sovereignty.
8. We believe that the international community should build capacities and provide technical assistance based on the request of the country concerned to address the country's human rights challenges.