Maduro: There will be no Impunity while Guaido Tries to Maintain the Pulse

Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaido described two days in the antipodes, a reflection of the deep political blockade and the very serious crisis suffered by Venezuela. The Chavez president appeared at the end of a day of vertigo that had begun, at dawn, with the sudden release of the opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez in an operation led by the president of Parliament and supported by a contingent of soldiers.

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Guaido, recognized as interim head of state for more than 50 countries, called to maintain the pulse in the street of the country this Wednesday, May 1. “Today Maduro does not have the backing of the Armed Forces, today is a historic day for the country in this beginning of the definitive phase of Operation Freedom for the cessation of usurpation, we have seen that the pressure, that the protest generates results” , affirmed in a video broadcasted shortly before the appearance of the successor of Hugo Chavez.

The Bolivarian leader, accompanied by the Minister of Defense, Vladimir Padrino, and the head of the National Constituent Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, warned that “there can be no impunity.” “There must be justice for there to be peace,” he maintained, while demanding absolute loyalty to the uniformed. He assured that the majority of the military that backed the action of Guaido did so under duress and that those who did not leave him during the morning are already being investigated by the Prosecutor’s Office. Arrested against Guaido and Lopez, although he did not threaten them openly. “The political leaders of the extreme right also go from embassy to embassy,” he said.

At the same time, the Parliament leader was convinced of the imminent possibility of a political turn and the beginning of a transition stage. “We can achieve change in Venezuela, my thanks to the international community for the support given and the call to the Armed Forces to continue advancing,” he continued. Today his forces will be measured again in the Venezuelan squares, where Chavismo also intends to parade on the occasion of Workers’ Day.

 

 

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Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaido described two days in the antipodes, a reflection of the deep political blockade and the very serious crisis suffered by Venezuela. The Chavez president appeared at the end of a day of vertigo that had begun, at dawn, with the sudden release of the opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez in an operation led by the president of Parliament and supported by a contingent of soldiers.

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