Wednesday, May 10, 2017

It's unconstitutional!

The president of Venezuela's National Assembly has protested the use of military courts to try civilian protesters, calling it unconstitutional. "Our Constitution is very clear," he said. "Only soldiers can be tried in a military court." Details here, in Spanish.

Amnesty International's statement is available here.

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