the Opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who proclaimed himself president of the republic for soon a month ago, have called on their sympathizers to on Tuesday go out and protest against the Maduro, as the last few days was strained all the more to let in food, medicine and other humanitarian assistance in the country.the Demonstration in Caracas. Photo: Yuri Cortez/AFP
on the streets and require that humanitarian assistance can save the lives of more than 300,000 venezuelans are placed, " says Juan Guaidó.
He now claims that humanitarian aid will be allowed into the country on 23 February. Guaidó urge those who have signed up as volunteers to organise themselves over the weekend to help bring in one of their trucks. According to him, it is about 250,000 people who have signed up.
Maduro, who stubbornly insists that the country's crisis was due to increased sanctions from the united states, has called the aid a ”political spectacle” and the military continues to stop humanitarian aid to the country. Among other things, blocks the regime is now actively Tienditasbron across the river Táchira, which connects Colombia and Venezuela. The bridge has been off for traffic, but now the regime is all for it not to be used to bring in humanitarian aid. On the colombian side are now gathering food high in anticipation of entering the country.
at the same time, Brazil has agreed with Guaidó to establish a layer at the venezuelan border with tons of the humanitarian help. It will be set up in the state of Roraima in northern Brazil.
Guaidó, which has so far gained support from some 50 countries, has promised amnesty to the soldiers who stop obey Maduro orders to stop matleveranserna and call it a crime against humanity to prevent help from coming into the country.
opposition protests in on Tuesday to lead a demonstration with the young socialist supporters in the central parts of the capital, Caracas. They are protesting against what they call an imperialist intervention, and to collect signatures against the president of the united states Donald Trump, the head of the government.
Tuesday's protests fall on international youth day and the opposition the opportunity to pay tribute to the 40 people, many of whom were young, who were killed in anti-government protests in January.