Guaidó is sworn in as President of Parliament in the National Assembly

The opposition leader Juan Guaidó swore on Tuesday as president of the Parliament of Venezuela, after being ratified by votes of opposition deputies, in a rugged session in the Legislative Palace that took place without electricity and to which the military tried to prevent his entry.

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María Gabriela Chávez would be outside the US UU. and without UN accreditation

María Gabriela Chávez, daughter of former President Hugo Chávez, would have been outside the US for seven months. UU. and without the accreditation as alternate ambassador of the UN, this according to information from Gustavo Marcano, Minister Counselor of the Venezuelan Embassy in the North American country.

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AP interview: Ivan Duque compares Maduro with Milosevic

Colombian President Iván Duque compared Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro in dispute with Serbian war criminal Slobodan Milosevic while embarking on a diplomatic offensive to corner the socialist leader, and warned him that it would be a “stupid” mistake to make any aggression against his United States-backed neighbor.

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Venezuelans in the United States outside Trump-protected immigration restrictions

Some recent reports indicate that President Trump is considering the possibility of separating the Venezuelan community from the groups that are targeted by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE); However, some media consider that this measure could represent an early strategy to win supporters towards the 2020 presidential race among Venezuelans in the United States, specifically in Florida.

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Guaidó: The dictatorship is “the greatest sanction that the people of Venezuela have”

The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, said Tuesday that the executive order in which he blocks all the assets of the government of Nicolás Maduro seeks to exercise a financial siege to all those companies that allow the president in dispute to remain in power.

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