Venezuela's constituent Assembly, which is fixed behind the head of state, Maduro, deprived of the self-appointed transitional President Guaidó its immunity. The fears of his arrest.
Venezuela's constitutional Assembly has lifted the parliamentary immunity of opposition leader Juan Guaidó. The Assembly, which is firmly behind the controversial head of state, Nicolás Maduro, was unanimously a request of the Supreme court.
The members agreed there is also a decree according to which proceedings for Usurpation against the opposition should leaders be continued. "The judiciary will initiate, in accordance with the Constitution and the laws in the criminal law provided for steps", - said the Chairman of the Assembly, Diosdado Cabello.
the leader of The opposition and self-appointed transitional President Guaidó had previously said he feared his arrest, should he lose his parliamentary immunity. "You can try to kidnap me," said the President of the Parliament to journalists. "You know how the Regime is."
on Tuesday, the leader of the opposition, had referred to the Supreme court and the constituent Assembly as illegitimate. The vote on his immunity, he said: "This is law enforcement. This is Inquisition". He also called on Maduro once again to resign.