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Maduro to the military: to Disarm the traitors

the power struggle between the Guaidó and Maduro continues. The demonstrations on Wednesday night was not it crucial that the leader of the opposition hoped for.

On Thursday called on Juan Guaidó all civil servants to strike. He also promised continued protests on the streets.

at the same time turned president Maduro to the military and the secret service, in a speech broadcast on tv.

– Hold the continued high morale in this fight to disarm all the traitors, all kuppmakare, said the president, who was surrounded by several thousand soldiers when he delivered his message.

" No one can be afraid. It is the hour to defend our right to peace, " said Maduro.

flankerades of the military which was reported to have changed sides when he called for a strike. Still, however, the armed forces behind the Attack.

the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said that the united states consider military intervention in Venezuela, while Russia and Cuba is reported to act on the regime's side. According to the AFP will Pompeo to meet with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov to meet next week to discuss developments in Venezuela.

U.S. president Donald Trump called on Thursday for a swift end to ”the brutal repression” against the venezuelan people.

" the People are starving. They have no food and no water, and this was one of the richest countries in the world, said the president at a meeting in the White house, reports the Washington Post.

after being shot during the last days of the protests, according to human rights organization Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict. Two facilitators spread shall, according to the AP have been shot in the city of La Victoria, and two in Caracas. Nearly 200 people have been injured the last two days.

" I call on all involved to take immediate measures to protect children from all types of violence, says Unicef chief Henrietta Fore said in a statement.

as well as Sweden and the rest of the EU, support the ago in the last winter, Juan Guaidó as the legitimate interim president of Venezuela. The primary reason cited for this is that the choice of Maduro is not considered to have been fair.

Guaidó is the president of the country's parliament, where the opposition is in the majority. President Maduro, however, has set up an alternative parliamentary assembly that he has control over.

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