Juan Guaidó, recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president of Venezuela, asked Colombians to think about democracy. He exhorted the next president to respect the institutions and to “help” to restore Venezuelan democracy.
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Regarding the possible reestablishment of Colombian-Venezuelan relations, Guaidó did not fully agree, assuring that this would be “recognizing Maduro and
and ignore their links with the FARC and the ELN”but affirmed that the next president will continue to ask for support for the process he heads.
Iván Duque has been one of the presidents who has been most committed to collaborating with the interim government of the Venezuelan opposition and this was recognized by Guaidó at a press conference this Tuesday, after the aggression he suffered over the weekend in the Llanero state. of Cojedes.
Supposed pro-government groups beat and pushed him out of a restaurant. The opponent assured that at least two people from his team were severely injured, added to the material damage to the premises where he was.
the opponent asked Colombians to think about the Venezuelan political model that has led Colombia to receive almost two million migrants and suffer the consequences of the crisis. However, he did not refer to any of the presidential candidates.
Regarding the attacks suffered, Guaidó reported that members of the parliament he presides over will take the case to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Irregularities with Monomers
In addition, it was learned that the irregularities about the Colombian-Venezuelan company, Monómeros, reached the Office of Financial Assets Control (Ofac) of the United States Department of the Treasury and that it could be lost due to the intentions of a competitor to remove it from the market.
Without the Ofac license, Monómeros would not be able to operate. Faced with this situation, which adds to the accusations and corruption scandals involving opponents and members of the interim government, Guaidó assured that they are working to solve the problems through parliament.
Precisely this Tuesday, the National Assembly, headed by the opposition leader, debated a bill for the Protection of Assets Abroad. However, its approval has sparked discomfort and some factions consider it unconstitutional.
“This project represents the complete opposite of what we have set out to do. It is not to clean up the Republic, but to cast doubt on all the institutions and the fight against corruption,” said Omar González, a member of the 16 de Julio faction.
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