UN Venezuelan diplomat breaks with Maduro government

Isaias Medina, a senior Venezuelan diplomat for the UN, has broken ties with President Nicolas Maduro.

    Isaias Medina, a senior Venezuelan diplomat at the UN, has broken ties with President Nicolas Maduro.

    He has decried what he described as abuses committed by the government during recent protests.

    In an interview with Al Jazeera, Medina explains why he has decided to speak out against the president.


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