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Venezuela: Guiadó to lose immunity

In the power struggle for Venezuela to be self-deprived of the interim proclaimed President Guaidó the immunity. In the face of persistent power outages, the head of state, Maduro has sacked his energy Minister.

threatens The self-declared Venezuelan interim President Juan Guaidó the withdrawal of his immunity. The chief judge Maikel Moreno, called on government-friendly MPs, the protection from prosecution should be repealed.

Guaidó should be prosecuted for having recently against imposed on him a ban on Leaving the breach, said Moreno, an ally of President Nicolás Maduro. The leader of the opposition is accused of being against the Background of street protests also incitement to violence against the government and acceptance of illegal funds.

appeal to the Constitutional Assembly

the leader of the opposition Guiadó called on his followers again to protest.

The appeal of judge Moreno was addressed to the government, loyalty to the constituent Assembly, on the Maduro, the powers of the Opposition-controlled Parliament has transferred. As President, Guaidó enjoys immunity. This was dismissed by the Supreme court and the Constitutional Assembly in a reaction as unlawful.

Venezuelan security forces have already arrested Guaidós chief of staff, but are not yet taken action against the leader of the opposition. In his claim to power Guaidó of the United States and approximately 50 other countries, Maduro's re-election in 2018, is a Farce.

in addition to the political and economic crisis make the people in Venezuela since the 7. March to create the almost daily power outages. In addition, there is often impairment of the water supply and public transport, the school classes have been suspended for almost a week.

Maduro fires energy Minister

In Venezuela is disturbed in addition to the electricity, the water supply.

Maduro dismissed, however, his energy Minister, the military General Luis Motta Domínguez. For the successor, the President appointed the engineer, Igor Gavidia Leon. This has "25 years of experience," said Maduro on state television. Gavidia will take over the management of the state electricity Corporation Corporación Eléctrica Nacional (Corpoelec).

Maduro the power outages on Sabotage by the Opposition and the U.S. and speaks of "terrorist attacks". Experts and the Opposition do about the lack of investment in infrastructure, mismanagement and corruption for the problems.

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