Military personnel at La Casona presidential residence was seen tearing copies of the so-called amnesty law, approved by the National Assembly and promising protection to army in case it turns against President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on Sunday.
The papers were handed over by the supporters of the president of the National Assembly, opposition leader and self-declared interim president of Venezuela Juan Guaido.
Guaido urged to distribute copies of the law to all military personnel, which is still siding with Maduro.
The political situation in Venezuela is unclear after Nicolas Maduro was sworn in for a second term as president but Guaido declared the inauguration illegitimate, announcing himself interim president.
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