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Venezuelan deputy says that malnourished Yanomami are from his country and not Brazil

The deputy of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Romel Guzamana, said through social networks that the indigenous Yanomami ethnic group with signs of malnutrition in Brazil are refugees from hunger in the neighboring country who crossed the border.

"I denounce the serious malnutrition of our indigenous Yanomami brothers from Bolivar state."

"They crossed to Brazil in search of food, another violation of indigenous human rights through the fault of Maduro's regime," he wrote, who is from the Popular Will party, the same as opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

In the post, he included a photo of an elderly Yanomami woman . . .

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