Rally at the headquarters of @PNUD_Venezuela against Maduro

Map. History of Venezuela conflict

17 January 2019
An earthquake of 3.8 magnitude was recorded in Puerto Cabello on Friday.
Guatemala and Panama retracted their position on the Guyana point in the declaration of the Lima Group
@jguaido: The Constitution gives me the legitimacy to exercise the office of the President of the Republic to call elections, but I need the support of citizens to make it a reality
[email protected]: I am appealing to articles 233, 333 and 350 of the constitution to call for free elections and the union of the people, the army and the international community to achieve the cessation of the usurpation
TSJ in exile demands Juan Guadió assume the Presidency of the Republic
López Obrador avoids commenting on "Viva Mexico" that Maduro exclaimed during his inauguration
MP of the National Assembly Delsa Solórzano, @delsasolorzano, demanded that the Venezuela Armed Forces comply with article 328 of the Constitution.
Rally at the headquarters of @PNUD_Venezuela against Maduro
From Bogota, Venezuelans sing the notes of our national anthem. Today in front of the consulate of Venezuela, they protested against the Maduro and his accomplices.
President of Assamblea National, @jguaido, calls an open town council for this Friday at 11:00 am in front of the UNDP headquarters in Caracas to define a route to declare Maduro a usurper before the world.
The Chancellery of Peru announced that it has called to Lima the Chargé d'Affaires of the Peruvian embassy in Venezuela, Rosa Alvarez, at the beginning of the "illegitimate" presidential term of Nicolás Maduro
Chrystia Freeland:Canada rejects the legitimacy of Nicolás Maduro's new presidential term in Venezuela.
Soon the board of @AsambleaVE will held a press conference.
Maduro: The Venezuelan right has infected the Latin American right with its fascism. Let alone the case of Brazil with the rise of a fascist like Jair Bolsonaro6 day ago
Maduro: The Venezuelan right has infected the Latin American right with its fascism. Let alone the case of Brazil with the rise of a fascist like Jair Bolsonaro
Protest in Porlamar, Nueva Esparta against the swearing-in of the Maduro
Glory to the brave people Protest against Maduro in Junín, Táchira state6 day ago
"Glory to the brave people" Protest against Maduro in Junín, Táchira state
6 day ago
Paraguay breaks off relations with Venezuela and closes the embassy while Maduro sworn in as a president
OAS approves resolution declaring government of Venezuela as illegitimate
Venezuelans are in front of the Consulate of Venezuela in Miami, in rejection of the Maduro.
Awarding of the presidential band to Nicolás Maduro from the hands of the president of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), Maikel Moreno
Nicolás Maduro proceeds to sign the oath of office for the new presidential term 2019-2025
Venezuela: Aragua Guilds and citizenship in general went out to protest in the streets of Maracay demanding a new president for this country.
US says won't recognize Venezuela's Maduro, vows to up pressure
Borges: The time has come for the Armed Forces to revolt in front of a rotten, corrupt and dishonest dome
Today 10 January, Maduro becomes illegitimate president of Venezuela. He sent this message to the Venezuelan people and to the countries of the hemisphere who have united in declaring the @AsambleaVE as the only legitimate body. - @SenRubioPress
Maduro: Today I swear to the people to build the socialist homeland
Caracas: This is the situation nowin the vicinity of the Venezuela Supreme Court, where the oath of Nicolás Maduro will take place
Caracas: Followers of Nicolás Maduro walk towards the Supreme Court of Justice, where he will be sworn in for a second term
National Guard repressed protest of teachers in Barquisimeto against swearing of Maduro
This is how the @TSJ_Venezuela receives foreign delegations participating in the inauguration of @NicolasMaduro for a new presidential term. Already present Salvador Sanchez of El Salvador, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, Miguel Diaz-Canel of Cuba and Evo Morales Bolivia.
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