Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido vowed to return to Venezuela “in the coming days” while speaking to the press in Buenos Aires on Friday.

“”We [will] return to the streets of Venezuela in the coming days, we return to exercise the majority that the people of Venezuela gave us, we insist again and resist,” Guaido said.

Guaido noted that the choice facing Venezuela today is “between dictatorship and democracy, the dilemma in Venezuela today is between poverty and misery.”

The Venezuelan opposition leader also said that if anything was to be considered an intervention in Venezuela, “it is Cuba over Venezuela, where the intelligence and counterintelligence apparatus is dedicated to terrorize mainly the military so that they do not pronounce themselves openly.”

“I dare say without fear that 80 percent of the armed forces are in favour of a change,” Guaido concluded.

Over the past week, Guaido has visited numerous countries in South America, including Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil and is set to visit Ecuador next; in an effort to solidify his support in the region.



Source: Ruptly

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Vince Dhimos
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Vince Dhimos
2019-03-02 14:03

If Simon Bolivar returned today, he would HANG Guaido from a lamp post tomorrow before a cheering throng!