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The fight in Venezuela: Spain's fear of Assange case

Spain is deeply involved in the Venezuela crisis. After the escape of the opposition López in the Spanish Embassy in Caracas, the thing is quite complicated.

It was an unexpected visit, the Spanish Ambassador got in Venezuela. That is one of the most well-known opposition of Venezuela seeking refuge there, had not expected the diplomats - so it is said by several Spanish media. Leopoldo López is now allowed to remain in the Embassy a warrant.

For the Spanish government's industry Minister, José Luis Ábalos: "Spain has said no intention to extradite him," he said. "We will wait and see what happens."

The Position of the government was known: "We want a peaceful solution to the crisis, allowed free elections in Venezuela. We also hope that the security of the Embassy."

The Venezuelan head of state Nicolas Maduro's meeting with the military.

Of Spain the police-guarded

About the safety of López guards, Spanish police officers. They accompanied him also, as he said, on the grounds of the Ambassador's residence in the microphones of journalists.

"I would like to thank the Spanish government leader Pedro Sánchez and the whole of the Spanish people," he said. "But I want to emphasize clearly that the Position which I represent, is solely mine and in no way the attitude of Spain."

López said he had spoken with the generals. There is much to indicate that there will be more rebellions from the military.

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