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Venezuela using draconian ’hate’ law to silence Maduro’s critics, report says

Venezuela using draconian ’hate’ law to silence Maduro’s critics, report says

A Reuters report revealed that Venezuela is using the rarely used draconian ’Law Against Hate’, which was passed in 2017, to silence critics of President Nicolas Maduro. The law criminalizes actions that ’incite hatred’ against a person or group. Now, the government is invoking it against its critics. Over 40 arrests have been made under the law that provides for prison terms of up to 20 years.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 months

He should get in contact with FB, YouTube and Twitter. They could probably help him fine-tune that law!

Foy 1 months

After Biden dies or resigns next year this will be used to silence criticism of President Harris.

Tommy 1 months

No one saw that comming

noonespecific 1 months

Let this be a warning to those who support hate speach laws.

Heydrich Was Right
Heydrich Was Right 1 months

Yup, That's what Socialists/Communists do.

C 1 months

Of course, communism and socialism are so weak they can't even withstand scrutiny

Jason 1 months

Seems like a trump move.

Spank-O-Tron5000 1 months

Maduro is such a progressive hero, no wonder college educated millennials consider him and inspection! /s

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 1 months

bUt ItS oNlY aGaInSt HaTeFuL sPeEcH

Hypnotica 1 months

This is why Hate Speech Laws should never exist anywhere. Once the government has the power to regulate speech, ANYTHING can be deemed hate speech by those in charge, and thus censorship begins.

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