Chilean people perform concert for the right to live in Peace

In support of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela this Sunday the streets of Santiago de Chile vibrated to the rhythm of peace and music in the Concert for the Right to Live in Peace. The activity counted with the participation of organizations, social movements, feminist groups, and a delegation of the Youth of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Jpsuv) was also present.

This concert arose in rejection of the installation of the first summit of the Forum for Progress and Development in South America (Prosur), which was installed on March 22 in Chile, this initiative aims to create a body to replace the Union of South American Nations (Unasur).

For his part, the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro expressed through his Twitter account, @NicolasMaduro, his gratitude to the Chilean people who participated in this concert for peace.

Also, the Foreign Minister of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, gave an account of this great concentration of the Chilean people in favor of peace through his Twitter account, @jaarreaza, where he said that “tens of thousands of Chileans attended yesterday at Concert for the Right to Live in Peace, in Santiago. Beautiful initiative for the sovereignty and preservation of Our America as a Zone of Peace”.

It should be noted that the concert was attended by the commissioner of International Relations of the Jpsuv, Rander Peña, who emphasized that the participation of the PSUV in Chilean land represents regional unity, and denounced that “the summit Prosur is a political weapon that wants to exterminate the union of the peoples of our America. They wont be able to!”.

Next, Amanda Luna, member of the Coordinating Assembly of Secondary Students (ACES), declared that this mobilization was made in rejection of the presence of South American leaders who “apart from being icons of conservatism, lead actions against the student movement and have implemented repressive policies”.

At the same time, one of the members of the No + AFP Movement, Carolina Espinoza, said that this mobilization is “against a corrupt business alliance that demonstrates the repudiation of the installation of Prosur in Chilean lands and the presence of presidents who repress the social demands, mainly with what has to do with the demands of the feminist movement”.

Finally, during the concert, the Chilean people expressed their solidarity with Venezuela in the face of the unilateral and coercive sanctions that the United States government applies against the South American country.


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