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Venezuela rejects G7 interference in electoral system

Foreign Minister Yván Gil affirmed that those who have been "rejected by their own people" intend to resort to colonial practices and get involved in matters that do not concern them.

The Chancellor of the Republic, Yván Gil, on behalf of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejected the criticism of the Group of Seven (G7) of the electoral system in Venezuela.

This was made known by the Minister of Foreign Affairs through a post published on his official account on the social network X where he described the leadership of the G7 as decadent, poor and ridiculous. “The decadent imperialism has never had such poor and ridiculous leadership as that which the G7 exhibits today.”

The chancellor's response is due to the fact that international media reported that the líderes of the G7 presented a final statement of their meeting held in Bari, Italy where they resorted to narratives to attack the country for an alleged political, economic and humanitarian crisis, as well as the implementation of the Barbado Agreement.

In this regard, Gil stated that those who have been “rejected by their own people” intend to resort to colonial practices and get involved in matters that do not concern them.

“Our Revolutionary Democracy will tell you this July 28, again, that we are free and sovereign and that your lackeys will not return!”, expressed the Chancellor on the social network.

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