units of the police and the secret service closed off on Tuesday, the Opposition-controlled Parliament in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas. Members was denied on Tuesday, access to the national Assembly, as the Parliament said.
Officially, the deployment was justified by the search for a bomb in the Parliament. The members wanted to hold their annual plenary session in another place. The Parliament-in-chief and self-described interim President Juan Guaidó threw the head of state Nicolás Maduro with the use of the government-critical parliamentarians to intimidate. "You try to occupy the legislative power, while the dictator holed up in his Palace," he wrote on Twitter. "Today he showed again that he is afraid of the legitimacy of the national Assembly."
Guaidó and Maduro has been going on for months, a fierce battle. Because his re-election should not have met in the past year, the democratic principles, not to recognise many countries, and Maduro. The Opposition-controlled national Assembly in the USA, many EU countries and many Latin American States, as the only democratically legitimized state violence in the South American country. (fal/sda)
Created: 14.05.2019, 21:28 PM