Venezuelan resistance government official Juan Requesens has been condemned to eight years in prison, his attorney says.
He was captured three days after a robot conveying explosives exploded at a tactical motorcade went to by President Nicolás Maduro on 4 August 2018.
Mr Maduro was not harmed in the assault.
Juan Requesens has denied any contribution in the occurrence and his family say he was focused on in light of the fact that he is a frank pundit of the Maduro government.
A previous understudy pioneer, he turned out to be notable for sorting out enemy of government fights in 2014.
He was chosen for the National Assembly, where he became well known with enthusiastic addresses in which he said he wouldn’t quit any pretense of battling until Mr Maduro was taken out from the presidenc
His legal counselor, Joel García, said he had been viewed as at fault for intrigue, without giving more subtleties. Venezuela’s investigator’s office has not yet remarked.
The charges against Mr Requesens connect with an episode at military procession in Caracas in 2018.
As the motorcade was going full speed ahead, a little robot conveying explosives exploded in the air not a long way from the stage where the president and top officials of the military were standing.
Mr Maduro’s guardians raced to safeguard the president and he and those dramatic were safe. Nonetheless, seven individuals from the National Guard were harmed in the frenzy filled minutes which followed.
Mr Maduro himself rushed to fault Mr Requesens and one more resistance administrator, Julio Borges, for the assault.
Mr Borges, who was living someplace far off, banished in shame, excused the allegation as a “joke”, yet Mr Requesens was kept by secret police.
President Maduro said Mr Requesens was “quite possibly of the most insane” plotters against his life and charges going from connivance to conspiracy were evened out against him.
Privileges activists have reproved his capture all along, contending he is a political detainee.