Both the fake National Assembly directive and the actual legitimate one move their pieces to appoint new CNE authorities; The fake directive is also doing all it can to wash its own reputation; The Venezuelan Medical Federation is concerned about Coronavirus reaching our nation.
Juan Guaidó's tour reaches Canada, and he's received like an actual dignitary; Illegitimate AN Speaker Luis Parra seems to have unending funds when it comes to bribery; Chavismo has a new plot regarding Pdvsa and our national debt, and it's frankly atrocious.
At the European Parliament, Juan Guaidó reaffirms the international support on his cause, while chavismo says it won't matter in the end; Jorge Rodríguez explains the rationale behind the raid on Guaidó's office; The Venezuela-Colombia border becomes a modern wild west, according to HRW.
Deputy Ismael León is detained, in absolute disregard for due process; The fake National Assembly directive board does everything it can to help chavismo's agenda; Juan Guaidó carries on with his international tour, while his offices are raided in Caracas.
Juan Guaidó meets international allies, acting and perceived as the actual, legitimate president; Nicolás Maduro says it's perfectly fine to have a foreing minister from another nation present at your cabinet meetings; Deputy Gilber Caro is reportedly alive and well.
Different forces in chavismo offer full support for self-proclaimed National Assembly speaker, Luis Parra; Parra, meanwhile, swears he's part of the opposition and he totally had the needed votes for the speaker post; Venezuelan economy keeps making twists and turns.
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