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Venezuela crisis: Guaido defiant after failed attempt to recruit military
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jat
2019-05-02 15:30:18 UTC
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'There's no turning back': Venezuela's Guaido remains defiant after
failed attempt to recruit military

Venezuelan opposition supporters gathered for a second day of mass
protests against embattled President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, less
than 24 hours after violent clashes with pro-government forces.

"There's no turning back," Juan Guaido, opposition leader, said as he
addressed thousands of supporters on the streets of Caracas on Wednesday.

The leader of the opposition-controlled National Assembly described the
latest wave of anti-government demonstrations as an "irreversible
process" and promised to continue protesting every day in order to
"achieve freedom."

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/02/venezuela-crisis-guaido-defiant-after-failed-attempt-to-recruit-military.html
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2019-05-02 20:30:13 UTC
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"There's no turning back," Juan Guaido, opposition leader, said as he
addressed thousands of supporters on the streets of Caracas on Wednesday.
That was not Juan Granviado. That was a double. The original
traitor is hiding in the Chilean Embassy, pissing his pants.

As for the double's speech :

187 people. I counted them. And 12 were from his immediate
family. So, be accurate - 12 supporters. The 45 bodyguards were just
doing their job. Most voted Maduro.
The rest were garbage collectors and poor people looking for
food (The US does not allow export of food to Venezuela - hence the
hunger).
HTH
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