#AceWorldNews – VENEZUELA (Caracus) – June 05 – A Venezuelan opposition leader has been ordered to stand trial on charges of instigating violence at an anti-government demonstration, AFP reported.
A judge ruled that Leopoldo Lopez, who has been in custody for three months, should stand trial, the prosecutor’s office said Thursday.
Lopez is charged over violence that broke out during a rally against the government of Nicolas Maduro on February 12.
Leopoldo López (April 29, 1971) is a Venezuelan politician and democratic activist. He is currently the National Coordinator of Popular Will , a social movement and political party, composed of thousands of activists and community, labor and youth leaders from all regions of Venezuela, which promotes a conciliatory message of peace, prosperity and progress and is committed to construction of an alternative country where all rights are for all Venezuelans. Will Leopoldo Popular with Venezuela has traveled end to end, discussing the national project “The ultimate Venezuela” . Leopoldo is currently a political prisoner of the dictatorship in Venezuela; is unjustly deprived of his liberty in Ramo Verde military prison.