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Leader of the opposition: Who governs Venezuela?

"The leader of the opposition: Who is governing Venezuela?" "the leader of the Opposition and the president of the Venezuelan congress, Juan Guaidó, was arr

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Leader of the opposition: Who governs Venezuela?
"The leader of the opposition: Who is governing Venezuela?"

"the leader of the Opposition and the president of the Venezuelan congress, Juan Guaidó, was arrested by the secret service when he was on his way to a political meeting. He was released later in the day, but president Nicolás Maduro's government denies all knowledge of the arrest."

"– Who control the regime now?, wonder Guaidó after the release."

"In the last Friday said Juan Guaidó that he is prepared to temporarily take over the office of president and call an early presidential election. On the way to a political meeting in the town of Caraballeda, he was arrested by armed and masked men in cars from the country's security service, stated Guaidós wife."

"– They forced us out of the car. They beat him not, but said that they would arrest him, " said Fabiana Rosales."

"the information minister Jorge Rodriguez denies that the government had something to do with the arrest, and it's been done by agents who have taken the law into their own hands in order to assist the opposition by creating a"

"When he released met Guaidó of hundreds of supporters and said that Maduro no longer control the Venezuelan armed forces."

"– Who control the regime now? If they already admit that they do not have control over the security services, they have big problems in the Miraflores district, said Guaidó and aimed at the presidential palace. He went on to warn Maduro:"

"– There are other rules of the game now. The people are on the streets. The symbols for pressure, resistance and strength is here."

"Calls for massprotest"

"the Opposition considers that president Nicolás Maduro, who was recently sworn in for another term done this in violation of the law. Guaidó took over as president of congress on 5 January. He has called on his supporters to mass rallies on January 23 as part of trying to unseat Maduro."

"Maduro was elected last year in a controversial presidential election, which has faced sharp criticism, and many countries have stamped his new term in office as illegal."

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