Venezuela's Maduro 'willing to sit down' with opposition

Posted January 31, 2019

Thousands of Venezuelans took to streets across the country on Wednesday in support of self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido and demanding that President Nicolas Maduro step down.

In response to news earlier of the Attorney-General's plan, USA national security adviser John Bolton warned of "serious consequences for those who attempt to subvert democracy and harm Guaido", in a tweet that described Mr Saab as the "illegitimate former Venezuelan Attorney-General".

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has shared a link to The New York Times' article by Juan Guaido, the head of Venezuela's opposition-led National Assembly, with the message: "America stands with the people of Venezuela".

Speaking at a parade of 2,500 military personnel in Caracas, Maduro declared: "Where there are mercenary traitors, justice!"

Some 3 million Venezuelans have left the country amid food shortages and hyperinflation.

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"We must take to the street", he said.

Bogotá and Washington have routinely denied that, while foes say Mr Maduro uses such accusations as a smokescreen when in trouble.

Pompeo said the certification would "help Venezuela's legitimate government safeguard those assets for the benefit of the Venezuelan people".

"It would be very good to conduct parliamentary elections at an earlier stage". A White House spokesman responded: "As the President has said, all options are on the table". He said one member of Venezuela's Bolivarian national guard was reportedly killed in the state of Monagas.

He also thanked his Russian counterpart, saying that Vladimir Putin "is giving us support on all levels", according to Russia's state-run Sputnik information agency.

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"There are different models of national security advisors, but most have played the role of policy umpire - convening other principals to provide the President with the wisest consensus advice", said Ned Price, who served as a National Security Council spokesman for President Barack Obama. "If the imperialists want a new election, let them wait until 2025".

He quickly earned the support of the United States and several Latin American countries, and six major European nations have told Maduro to call fresh elections by the weekend or they too will recognize his opponent. Under the rule of President Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela has sunk into an economic crisis.

Several European countries - including Germany, France, Spain and the United Kingdom - had Maduro made an Ultimatum.

The military high command remains loyal to Maduro but Guaido has tried to convince the rank and file to switch sides. Trump also said there's a "Massive protest expected today".

The US has urged Venezuela's armed forces to "accept the peaceful, democratic and constitutional transfer of power".

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Speaking at the walkout, Guaido said he wasn't losing any sleep over the probe. "If something happens to me one day then Donald Trump and Colombian President Ivan Duque will be responsible for everything that is happening to me", he told a local television channel. He also demanded that it be shown, where in the constitution of Venezuela, it said that an individual can proclaim himself to be president.