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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Plane that supposedly would take Maduro out of Venezuela landed last night in Punta Cana

The aircraft that was supposed to be used to take President Nicolás Maduro out of Venezuela at moments when the opposition tried to give him a coup d’état, would have landed at an airport in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday night, when the situation in the Latin American country seemed be calm

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Maduro arrests Hispano-Venezuelan journalist accused of instigating alleged sabotage causing the blackout

Venezuelan journalist and human rights activist Luis Carlos Diaz, 34, was arrested Monday afternoon by agents of the Sebin, the political police. Díaz, who also has Spanish nationality, was missing more than eight hours, until, at dawn, agents of the Sebin raided his house, with him present, they took computer equipment and money and confirmed his detention. The journalist was transferred to El Helicoide, the headquarters of the political police. The Embassy of Spain in Venezuela is in contact with the family, to which it provides support, and with the Venezuelan authorities to try to clarify the reasons for the arrest.

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Trump: “We support Venezuelans in their noble quest for freedom”

The US president, Donald Trump, ratified on Tuesday his recognition of the “legitimate Government of Venezuela” and the deputy Juan Guaidó as “new interim president”, that country and the Venezuelan government, Nicolás Maduro, for having had that information a ” a state of extreme poverty. “

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Pence to Venezuelans in Miami: the time has come to end the dictatorship

The Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, spoke to Venezuelans in Miami about the commitment of the United States Government to freedom and democracy for the Venezuelan people. “We will not rest in our support for the Venezuelan people as they work to restore a constitutional government and hold free and transparent elections. The struggle in Venezuela is between dictatorship and democracy, and freedom has the impulse. Nicolás Maduro is a dictator with no legitimate right to power – and Nicolás Maduro must leave! “.

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