Juan Guaido Called for the “Biggest March in the History of Venezuela” for May 1

The interim president addressed the citizens in an Open Town Hall in the Plaza Bolivar of Chacao municipality. “The regime recognized its failure to allow the entry of humanitarian aid,” he said.

The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, called for the “biggest march in the history of Venezuela” on May 1. The announcement was made within the framework of an Open Town Hall in Plaza Bolívar in the municipality of Chacao.

“Today, Good Friday, we are demanding for freedom and democracy in our country, today, rest day, we are working more than ever to recover our country,” began his speech Guaido.

“What happens to him today in Venezuela can not even be called a command, he can not be called a command when the regime lost total control of the country, they do not care about the lives of Venezuelans,” he said.

Today, Good Friday, we are demanding for the freedom and democracy of our country
He added: “It is the responsibility of Venezuelans to accompany the cry of freedom with mobilizations, faith and hope until the usurpation ceases.

You can not call it command when the country’s electrical system collapsed. They have brought misery to half the country and the other half live with uncertainty. “He also spoke of the entry of humanitarian aid and stressed that the dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro acknowledged his failure: “The regime recognized its failure to allow the entry of humanitarian aid, they could not deny it: seven million Venezuelans are in crisis” he said.

“Despite the obstacles, we arrived in Falcon, Zulia and the citizens are organized within the framework of ‘Operation Libertad’, we are a majority and we are a mobilized and hopeful majority,” he said.

And he added: “Today, April 19, I tell you that the transition is starting in Venezuela, those who are trying to stop it are the ones who put costs on the exit, today we know that the future is ours in a hard present.”

Finally, he said: “We have built a unit never before achieved in Venezuela, they could not steal our smile, because that is an act of rebellion in dictatorship.”

 

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El 1 de mayo activaremos la fase definitiva de la #OperaciónLibertad. Nos encontraremos en las calles de Venezuela en un solo clamor por el cese de la usurpación. _ Convocamos a todo el país a una movilización nunca antes vista en nuestra historia. Iremos todos e iremos juntos, porque ponerle fin a la usurpación de funciones se ha convertido en una obligación para terminar esta tragedia y lograr el país que queremos. _ También, el 27 de abril, vamos a juramentar a los Comités de Ayuda y Libertad. Donde exista un Comité constituido y organizado habrá un punto de salida en esta movilización histórica. Estaremos en cada rincón del país asumiendo que la organización y la calle serán elementos definitivos en esta etapa de nuestra lucha. _ Esta ruta la hemos construido juntos, con claridad, dando pasos certeros una vez construimos las capacidades necesarias, como lo hicimos cuando juramos trabajar incansablemente por liberar Venezuela y hoy, cuando reafirmamos nuestro compromiso libertario con nuestra democracia e independencia. _ Cuando decimos que vamos bien es porque resistimos y ahora vamos juntos y organizados. _ ¡Vamos Venezuela! #VamosConTodo1M

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The interim president addressed the citizens in an Open Town Hall in the Plaza Bolivar of Chacao municipality. "The regime recognized its failure to allow the entry of humanitarian aid," he said.

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