Thursday, 24 January 2019 11:35 WIB |
Thousands of Venezuelans filled the streets on Wednesday (23/1), accusing President Nicolas Maduro of taking power and they joined the movement to save the resurgent in the country. They demanded that Maduro return from his previous position which was improving the economy which was asking for help from others to get out of the country.
Large crowds of protesters in Caracas waved flags and chanted "Step back Maduro!" In the biggest demonstration, since a wave of riots that killed more than 120 people in 2017.
"Venezuela won back on the road today, fighting for freedom and democracy," said Twitter on the battle leader, Juan Guaido, a 35-year-old who has been the center of attention since he took office.
Pro-government demonstrators wearing red Maduro supporters, also rallied in the capital, sometimes passed protesters and chanted "traitors." The National Guard fired tear gas at anti-government protesters in the El Paraiso middle-class residential area, but most protests continued without conflict.
Maduro replied that greater world condemnation was accepted to invite back last year, in a broad election that was considered invalid. Ask for help from Maduro to resign from his position Better than opinions about the economy in the country and the better position of Maduro on the world stage.
Wednesday's protest was questioned to coincide with the conversion of 61 years of the 1958 coup that toppled military dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez.
Source : VOA