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Juan Guaidó: Deputies of the National Assembly of Venezuela dodge Nicolás Maduro's thugs to receive him on his return

Several deputies of the National Assembly of Venezuela managed to circumvent the barricades set up by followers of the tyrant Nicolás Maduro in the surroundings of the Maiquetía airport to receive the president in charge Juan Guaidó, who this Tuesday returns to Venezuela after a month of international tour gathering support to recover democracy in the Caribbean country. Several members of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) were deployed around the Maiquetía international airport, in Caracas, before the arrival of the self-proclaimed “president in charge” of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, who will return to the country in the next few hours after almost a month of international touring. Acting for the dictatorship and violating integrity: In this way, some soldiers tried to prevent parliamentarians from entering Maiquetía to receive President (E) Juan Guaidó # 11Feb We reject the persecution and violence.pic.twitter.com/gBrQktxmng – PROVEA (@ _Provea) February 11, 2020 This Tuesday’s session of the National Assembly was suspended so that opposition deputies can travel to Maiquetía to receive Guaidó and “escort” him safely to Caracas. However, “officials of the Maduro dictatorship prevent that the caravan of deputies of the National Assembly can reach the international airport “, has denounced the legislative headquarters in social networks. Agents of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB) stopped the buses in which they tried to reach the capital aerodrome, so the deputies have chosen to continue on foot, but the uniformed men have formed a human barrier to prevent it.Despite the “blockade of the repressive forces of the Maduro dictatorship,” in the words of the National Communication Center, some deputies have achieved their goal. Thus, the second vice president of the National Assembly, Carlos Eduardo Berrizbeitia, is already in Maiquetía. GuaidóGuaidó’s tour left Venezuela on January 19 through Colombia. Since then, he has passed through the United Kingdom, Brussels, Davos, France, Spain, Canada and the United States, where he has met with US President Donald Trump, saying at all times that he would return to Venezuela, although without specifying when or how. . A ban on leaving the country weighs on Guaidó, although he already violated it a year ago without any consequences on his return. “I am going to return assuming all the risks,” he declared this Tuesday in a video released by Twitter. Guaidó has proclaimed the “success” of his international tour, ensuring that his international partners have pledged to adopt concrete measures against the Government of Nicolás Maduro, but has urged Venezuelans to do their part by reactivating protests in the streets. The “president in charge” hopes to achieve in 2020 the goal that has resisted him in 2019: evicting Maduro from the Miraflores Palace to celebrate “Really free” presidential elections.

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