A fifth day of nationwide blackouts continue to cause chaos and confusion in Venezuela. Interim president Juan Guaidó declared a 'state of emergency', while the US announced it is pulling out its diplomats.
A pocos momentos de culminar el concierto en el puente 'Las Tienditas' que une a Colombia con Venezuela, Guaidó se encuentra con el mandatario colombiano Iván Duque y llega hasta el escenario del evento.
After being sworn in as interim president this Wednesday, the head of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, spoke about the transition planned to call for elections in 30 days, as outlined by the country’s Constitution.
Guaidó compared the current high tension situation in Venezuela with the way dictatorships in Latin America ended, and added that he would favor offering amnesty to Nicolás Maduro in exchange for him leaving power.
Carlos Trujillo, the United States ambassador to the ‘Organization of the American States’ spoke to UNews about the latest developments in Venezuela and what’s next for Juan Guaido and the Maduro regime.
While Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaidó battle it out for the future of the nation, Fabiana Rosales, Guaido’s wife is making the rounds of foreign capitals to make the case for democracy in Venezuela. On Wednesday she was received by President Trump at the White House.