Venezuela: US should mind own business on protests
Venezuela’s top diplomat hit back at the United States on Friday over its suggestion that President Hugo Chavez’s government should allow an international investigation into alleged human rights abuses.
Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro said the matter is a domestic affair and Washington has no business meddling.
“We absolutely reject that the U.S. get involved in this issue,” he said. “Our country does not accept tutelage from anybody.”