Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim President has called for strengthening of the protests against the government of President Maduro. He will return to his home country. The arrest threatens him.
Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaidó has vowed to his countrymen prior to the announced mass protests against the head of state, Nicolás Maduro in the face of determined resistance. "We are stronger than ever, this is the Moment to be weak," said Guaidó in one of the social networks, the transmitted Video.
He is all the state has also called on staff of the planned protests. He will return on Monday to Venezuela. Whether Guaidó will participate in the demonstrations and where he was at the time of the recording of the video, he left it open. His message of a 35-castle-Year-old with the words: "We see us tomorrow."
in The morning to start in the capital Caracas and other cities, the demonstrations. Since the media is censored in Venezuela, to spread the population to the protest call, and the meeting points of the government's opponents on social networks, appealed Guaidó.
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The announced return of the opposition leader in Venezuela is tricky. To him, the arrest is threatened, because he had to leave despite an order to leave the country lock. Against Guaidó a determination procedure, because he at 23. January to the interim President of the crisis-hit country had declared. He has been recognized by more than 50 countries, including the United States. Maduro believes, Guaidó was part of a Washington-backed Plan, which aims to topple his government.
Venezuela's Vice-President, Delcy Rodríguez, the question of whether Guaidó imminent arrest, went out of the way. In an Interview with Russian state TV channel RT, said, Guaidó have broken the law and was "a Venezuelan, may have conspired with a foreign government, to the Constitution to overthrow the proper government."
The government urged the population to celebrate on Monday and Tuesday of the carnival and drive to the resorts on the beach. Many Venezuelans, however, have not travel the money for a vacation. The Opposition stated that in times of crisis, the country should not celebrate.Atlas |Venezuela |Caracas