Venezuelan Interim President Asks International Community to “Revise” Sanctions

Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido said on Thursday morning that he will stay in Venezuela despite the political situation, pointing out that he’s working with the administrations of US President-elect Joe Biden and other world leaders to revise sanctions aimed at ousting dictator Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido said on Thursday morning that he will stay in Venezuela despite the political situation, pointing out that he’s working with the administrations of US President-elect Joe Biden and other world leaders to revise sanctions aimed at ousting dictator Nicolas Maduro.

“We must review these mechanisms at the international level to exert pressure on this dictatorship and find a solution. We have to use the tools at our disposal to stop this violation of human rights,” Guaidó said during an interview with NTN 24.

Guaido also said he’s not stopping his fight on January 5th, when his term as the president of the National Assembly ends and lawmakers loyal to the Venezuelan regime take office. 

He said he would stay in Venezuela despite Maduro allies claiming they will use the newly won legislature as the vehicle to punish “the opposition and the traitors.”


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