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Argentine soccer legend Maradona says he is a ‘soldier’ for Venezuela’s Maduro

BUENOS AIRES: With Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro confronting feedback from around Latin America and the world in the midst of an extending political emergency, Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona said he was eager to battle for the beset liberal administration.

“We are chavistas until death,” Maradona composed on his authority Facebook page on Monday night, utilizing a term to allude to supporters recently previous Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

“At the point when Maduro orders, I am dressed as a trooper for a free Venezuela, to battle against the dominion and the individuals who need to take our banners, which is the most holy thing we have.

“Long experience the revolution!!!” he wrote in a post in English, Spanish and Italian. The rebellious presentation brought a speedy reaction from Maradona’s previous colleague on the national side, Mario Kempes.

Kempes, who was top goalscorer when Argentina won the 1978 World Cup, got down on Maradona about twitter. “@DiegoMaradona how might you bolster the passing of 124 youngsters who shielded freedom and vote based system in their nation,” Kempes, now a pundit with ESPN, composed.


The spat came days after territorial exchange coalition Mercosur suspended Venezuela uncertainly. Blaming Maduro for human rights infringement and asking him to destroy a recently made master government constituent get together.
Maduro has lost partners around the locale as a few governments, including Argentina and Brazil, moved to one side as of late.

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Maradona, who drove Argentina to the World Cup title in 1986 and broadly viewed. As one of the best players ever, is outstanding for supporting radical lawmakers in Latin America. And was a companion recently Cuban pioneer Fidel Castro. Whose face inked on his leg. His post incited a basic reaction from Venezuelan resistance pioneer Henrique Capriles.

“On the off chance that Maradona needs to come. I will by and by go get him at the air terminal and show him around. So he can see the circumstance in Venezuela,” Capriles. Told an Argentine radio station on Tuesday. “The supposed insurgency is shaky. ” Venezuela is enduring the most noticeably awful emergency in its current history. With triple-digit swelling and deficiencies of sustenance and drug.

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