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Venezuelan’s government set free Judge,journalist, 20 students


An estimated three million people have fled Venezuela in search of better life.

President Nicolás Maduro was accuse of rigging the general election and misconduct that has collapsed Venezuelans economy,

On 23 January, the opposition leader Mr Guaidó declared himself acting president

After his announcement to assume the powers of the executive branch, Not surprisingly, the inter-min President has not taking his moves lightly,

and such has cause tension in the region.

Twenty-two people released by Venezuela’s government on Thursday include the emblematic cases of judge Maria Afiuni and journalist Braulio Jatar,

the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said on Friday.

Bachelet gave their two names in remarks to journalists after the U.N. Human Rights Council held a debate on her report of a visit to Venezuela in June.

The other 20 are students, a spokeswoman told Reuters.

Afiuni, detained in 2009 after former President Hugo Chavez demanded she be imprisoned, has been under house arrest since 2011.

A court issued a five-year jail sentence in March.