The European Union didn't recognize Maduro’s Parliament and claimed it will maintain its commitment to help return democracy to Venezuela. Roland Carreño's legal team denounced that he was transferred to an unknown location. Juan Guaidó denied the accusations about alleged corruption.
Tag: National Assembly
The political landscape in Venezuela changed yet again, when the last institution whose members were legally elected fell under five years of persecution. Here’s where Guaidó and his rivals stand now
2020 might be the stage for new parliamentary elections in which chavismo expects to revert the effects of MUD’s 2015 victory. In the meanwhile, harassment and coercion have scraped off the opposition majority.
Looks like the constituent assembly isn't enough for chavismo, as it has now occupied the National Assembly, swearing in a new speaker and literally blocking the opposition from entering the building. Did that stop Juan Guaidó from being reelected as speaker? Click and read for yourself.
Newsflash: The National Assembly was shut down. Years ago. It’s just that the government, in an inspired bit of next-generation authoritarianism, never told us.
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