Venezuela's supreme court has banned the self-proclaimed president and opposition leader Juan Guaidó to travel out of the country.
the Court has also limited the Guaidós economic freedom by freezing his bank accounts.
The typing of the news agencies AFP and Reuters on the night of Wednesday local time.
Venezuela's supreme court is, according to several international media loyal to the regime in the country, and president Nicolas Maduro.
- Until the preliminary investigation of Guaidó to have harmed the peace of the republic is completed, he is not allowed to leave the country, says chief justice Maikel Moreno.
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the Decision to limit the Juan Guaidós mobility is taken on the basis of a request from Tarek William Saab, the chief public prosecutor in Venezuela.
Tarek William Saab is the chief public prosecutor in Venezuela. Photo: AFP
the UNITED states, Brazil and several other countries support the Guaidós trying to pressure president Nicolas Maduro to go and print the selection.
the UNITED states confirmed Tuesday that it is already in the last week the handed over control of the venezuelan state us bank accounts to Guaidó, which says that he will prevent president Maduro in emptying the state's bank deposits.
on Monday introduced furthermore, the UNITED states sanctions against Venezuela's state oil company, PDVSA.
The 35-year-old Juan Guaidó, since the 3. January has been the president of the national assembly, declared in the last week itself, to the temporary president of Venezuela, who are in a deep economic and political crisis.
Juan Guaidó has declared himself interim president of Venezuela. Photo: AFP
Tuesday's decision in the supreme court came as no surprise to him. There is 'nothing new' in that Maduro is trying to stop me, he says, according to AFP.
- I do not deny the threats, but we are here, we continue to do our work, he said to the reporters when he arrived at the national assembly.
On Twitter he had previously warned the judges of the supreme court that the regime's days are numbered.
- I must not sacrifice yourself for the usurper (Maduro, ed.) and his gang, he added.
US vice-president, Mike Pence, greets Carlos Alfredo Vecchio, published by Juan Guaido. Photo: Reuters
John Bolton, who is national security adviser to the US president, warned - also in a tweet - whether 'serious consequences' if the Venezuelan opposition leader should get something to.
- Let me repeat - it will have serious consequences for those who seek to suppress democracy and the damage Guaidó, writes Donald Trumps advisor.