Stefanović: the situation in Venezuela is affecting our internal affairs

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The First Secretary delivered her speech early in the morning from Salisse

Madam First Secretary Ann Stefanović (AMD) has given a speech today in which she states “the situation in Venezuela is affecting [Sabia and Verona’s] internal affairs“. Stefanović has complained Sabia and Verona’s transition into a province of the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands has been affected by the ongoing riots in several Venezuelan cities, including the western city of Mérida, which completely landlocks Sabia and Verona. The protests, that started on 11 February, 2014, have included harsh confrontations between the Venezuelan National Bolivarian Guard (GNB), the State Police Corps, anti-Venezuelan government students and pro-Venezuelan government protesters. The main roads of Mérida have been blocked with burning car tires, rocks and the tons of garbage the city has been flooding in due to the lack of garbage trucks.

One of F.S. Stefanović’s main concerns was the upcoming coronation of to-be-Queen Ysabel Annënak, who was to be crowned in the capital city of Salisse next Sunday 23, but has been officially postponed. “We cannot risk Her Highness’s security by asking her to come to Sabioveronese territory; the main roads connecting the seat of the Royal House and SIV have been blocked and are subject to riots and confrontations” expressed the First Secretary. Alternative solutions to the coronation in Salisse have been provided, and the government is evaluating the possiblity of crowning the future Queen of All Sabia, Verona and Lycem in the Lycene realm of Habyra, which is considerably closer to the Royal House’s seat, on 24 February, 2014. If the situation is cooler next Monday, Her Highness and part of the Sabioveronese government are to rendezvous there, where the future Queen will be officially sworn into office. “If all other plans fail, we must postpone Her Highness’s coronation until the situation affecting our neighbouring Venezuela ends“,  said Stefanović.

The First Secretary also pleaded for peace in Venezuela and for the Venezuelan citizenry to halt the ongoing protests that have already taken the life of three students in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas. “It is saddening to see our neighbour and parent country in such a shameful situation. As head of the Sabioveronese government, I can only ask President Nicolás Maduro to put an end to this massacre“. The protests started with students from the major universities in the country, the ULA and the UCV complaining about insecurity and flaws int he democratic system. To conclude the speech, the national anthem of Venezuela, “Gloria al Bravo Pueblo” was played following Sabia and Verona’s own anthem.

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