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In Venezuela, the Constituent Meeting waives the parliamentary immunity of Juan Guaido.
April 8, 2019

In Venezuela, the Constituent Meeting waives the parliamentary immunity of Juan Guaido.

First publication: 03/04/2019 – 03:22Final modification: 03/04/2019 – 09:53 The Constituent Meeting of Venezuela, loyal to President Nicolás Maduro, on Tuesday lifted the parliamentary immunity of the opposition and self-proclaimed president Juan Guaido. "Nothing will cease us," the latter replied. The choice was anticipated. The Constituent Meeting of Venezuela on Tuesday (April 2) lifted the immunity of the top of parliament Juan Guaido, acknowledged as interim president by greater than 50 international locations. The Constituent Meeting, acquired within the energy of the chief of the socialist state Nicolás Maduro, additionally voted unanimously...

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In Venezuela, the Supreme Courtroom requests the lifting of the parliamentary immunity of Juan Guaido.
April 7, 2019

In Venezuela, the Supreme Courtroom requests the lifting of the parliamentary immunity of Juan Guaido.

First publication: 02/04/2019 – 00:22Final modification: 02/04/2019 – 07:26 The Supreme Courtroom of Venezuela on Monday urged the Constituent Meeting to carry the parliamentary immunity of opponent Juan Guaido, who’s accused of not complying with a ban on leaving the nation. The Supreme Courtroom of Venezuela, thought of in energy, requested the Constituent Meeting, composed completely of supporters of President Nicolás Maduro, to carry the parliamentary immunity of opposition chief Juan Guaido. He’s accused of not complying with a ban on leaving the nation. The 35-year-old opposition chief, acknowledged as interim president...

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In Venezuela, new demonstrations dispersed by tear fuel.
April 5, 2019

In Venezuela, new demonstrations dispersed by tear fuel.

First publication: 03/30/2019 – 22:39Final modification: 03/31/2019 – 15:21 Supporters of President Nicolás Maduro and his opponent Juan Guaido demonstrated on Saturday within the streets of Venezuela. The overflows have led the police to make use of tear fuel to disperse the protesters. Protesting towards the large energy cuts that affected the nation for a month, the supporters of President Nicolas Maduro and his opponent Juan Guaido (who rejects duty) demonstrated on Saturday, March 30, within the streets of Venezuela. Safety forces needed to intervene and use tear fuel to disperse opposition...

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Washington condemns sending Russian army tools to Venezuela
March 30, 2019

Washington condemns sending Russian army tools to Venezuela

First publication: 03/25/2019 – 16:56Final modification: 03/26/2019 – 08:10 US Overseas Minister Mike Pompeo warned his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, that america won’t stay "inactive" if Russia continues to "exacerbate tensions in Venezuela." The Secretary of State of america, Mike Pompeo, on Monday (March 25) urged Russia to "cease behaving in a ineffective manner" by supporting Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. He met with Russian Overseas Minister Sergei Lavrov by phone, the State Division mentioned in an announcement: "The persistent intrusion of Russian army personnel to help the illegitimate regime of Nicolás Maduro...

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Juan Guaido begins a tour of Venezuela "till the presidency"
March 23, 2019

Juan Guaido begins a tour of Venezuela "till the presidency"

First publication: 3/17/2019 – 08:07Final modification: 3/17/2019 – 11:05 The chief of the Venezuelan opposition, Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed interim president, toured the nation on Saturday "to Miraflores," the presidential palace in Caracas. Venezuelan opponent Juan Guaido is on a tour of Venezuela on Saturday (March 17). Conferences throughout the nation with the intention of strolling "to Miraflores", the seat of the presidency in Caracas, to evict Nicolás Maduro. "Now we’re getting into a brand new section of our mobilization by visiting all attainable states, we’re launching an operation to free our nation...

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A speech by Nicolás Maduro's diplomacy chief boycott on the UN
March 20, 2019

A speech by Nicolás Maduro's diplomacy chief boycott on the UN

First publication: 03/14/2019 – 17:24 Diplomats from a number of Western and South American nations boycotted Thursday a speech by Venezuelan International Minister Jorge Arreaza at a UN assembly in Vienna in protest towards President Nicolás Maduro. The Minister of International Affairs of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, in a gathering of the UN in Vienna boycotted on Thursday 14 March, by diplomats from a couple of dozen nations, together with France, in protest towards the coverage of the top of state Nicolas Maduro. A number of representatives of Europe, Latin America, the US...

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Defying Nicolás Maduro, Juan Guaido guarantees to "take Venezuela out of the shadows"
March 15, 2019

Defying Nicolás Maduro, Juan Guaido guarantees to "take Venezuela out of the shadows"

First publication: 03/13/2019 – 02:25Final modification: 03/13/2019 – 03:14 The opponent Juan Guaido promised, on Tuesday in Caracas, "to take Venezuela out of the shadows", whereas a large blackout continues to have an effect on the inhabitants. Nicolas Maduro mentioned he had received the "electrical struggle". On the sixth day of the enormous blackout that disadvantaged Venezuela of its fundamental companies, Juan Guaido addressed the group in Caracas on Tuesday (March 12). The opponent of Nicolás Maduro, who’s acknowledged as president by a number of international locations, together with america, has promised...

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In Venezuela, Juan Guaido asks for a "state of emergency."
March 15, 2019

In Venezuela, Juan Guaido asks for a "state of emergency."

First publication: 03/10/2019 – 07:31Final modification: 03/11/2019 – 11:16 Whereas Venezuela stays at nighttime as a result of a large blackout that has claimed the lives of not less than 15 folks disadvantaged of dialysis, Juan Guaido has referred to as for a state of emergency. After requesting a nationwide march in Caracas to spice up the departure of President Nicolás Maduro, who had denounced a "cyber assault" on the supply of the enormous blackout, the opposition chief in Venezuela, Juan. Guaido stated Sunday March 10 {that a} state of emergency is...

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