Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski claimed on Thursday that a court’s decision to put on trial the leader of opposition Voluntad Popular (People’s Will) party, Leopoldo López, and students Christian Holdack and Marco Aurelio Coello was hatched by the government.

“We saw it yesterday (Wednesday), and the country must reflect about it: justice (in ) is rotten; it is a dead loss,” the opposition leader noted.

Capriles opposition leader criticized the fact that the Judiciary has remanded López and dissenting students in custody, while in the country there are people facing trial for homicide and corruption who are free on the streets.

“Injustice is precisely what must bring all Venezuelans together; the country the majority wants is not a place where justice is used to chase others,” the opposition leader underscored.