Juan Guaidó declared Sunday a national protest today and tomorrow for the country criticized the current president Nicolás Maduro.
”I call on the venezuelan people to mobilize around the country tomorrow (Monday), 11.00 am”, he wrote on Twitter.
not when he himself would return to the country after that in the past week have been around in south America to gather support for a transitional government. Later in the day, local time, he said in a video that he is in on Monday, will personally lead the protests against Maduro.
The self-proclaimed interimspresidenten Guaidó, which is recognized by some 50 countries, admits that he is at risk of being arrested after he violated a travel ban, but that he is not afraid to return.
”If the regime dares to kidnap us, it will be the last mistake they commit,” he says.
"He can come and go, but he will be brought to justice in accordance with the laws of the nation," said Maduro to ABC News last week.
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