Venezuela rejects US interventionist report on human trafficking http://www.abn.info.ve/node/64871
The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela rejects in the strongest way, the interventionist policy of the United States government, which is to publish “Reports” revealing the permanent meddling of the Department of State in the internal affairs of other countries.According to this aberrant practice, the Department of State released in June 27, 2011 an “Annual Report on Human Trafficking” aimed at becoming, without any juridical or technical legitimacy, in a world referee about other countries policies in this matter.
The Venezuelan Government rejects the hypocritical attitude of the United States Government that unilaterally assumes a role of judge; at the same time that country holds the record in human world trafficking, especially Latin American citizens, whose fundamental rights are violated in a systematic way by authorities that are even capable of organizing human hunting in the borders areas.In the case of Venezuela, the cited “Report” represents a sum of generalities without any fundament or support that represents the political prejudices of the U.S bureaucracy concerning the Venezuelan Government, instead of the findings of a serious and impartial investigation.
The shame of the United States government even gets once more to the point of threatening with the imposition of unilateral “sanctions” against Venezuela, because our government “has not supplied information about the efforts to fight the human trafficking for the above mentioned report,” as it were about a subordinate entity bound to be accountable to the Department of State.The Bolivarian Government of Venezuela has not supplied, and it will not do it, information to any foreign government about matters that are our exclusive sovereign interest. It will initiate a deep investigation to determine the responsibility of the US embassy representatives in Caracas regarding the drawing up of such “Reports”, this would represent an abuse of the diplomatic functions they have been accredited.