Saturday, 31 October 2020

Venezuelan Military Woman Flees Hit Men and Seeks Refuge in Costa Rica

The first military woman to publicly oppose Nicolás Maduro told EXTRA DIARIO what it is like living under his dictatorship

Evelyn Andrade López managed to escape from a police and military fence in Venezuela and two hit men who pursued her to Panama, after denouncing the atrocities committed by the regime of President Nicolas Maduro.

Evelyn Andrade López, the first military woman to publicly oppose Nicolás Maduro, visited the Diario Extra this week to tell her story of what it is like living under his dictatorship

With fictitious names and changes in clothing and appearance, this brave woman managed to reach Costa Rica, where she hopes that our authorities will give her refuge to live in peace.

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See also: Military Women Join Rebellion Against Venezuelan Dictator Nicolás Maduro

Evelyn is now in Costa Rica waiting for the immigration service – Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería (DGME) – to assess her case, which is considered unique.

Source (in Spanish): Diario Extra

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