Thursday, January 31, 2019

Venezuela's Self-Declared Interim President Juan Guaidó's Family Threatened By Security Forces

BBC: Venezuela crisis: Juan Guaidó says family has been threatened

Venezuela's self-declared interim president Juan Guaidó has said his family has been threatened, amid the country's continuing political crisis.

In a speech at Venezuela's Central University, he said police had visited his family home looking for his wife.

Mr Guaidó declared himself president this month and was immediately recognised by the US and several Latin American countries.

Russia and China back President Nicolás Maduro.

Military support is seen as crucial to Mr Maduro's hold on power. But Mr Guaidó says he has held secret meetings with the military to win support for ousting Mr Maduro.

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WNU Editor: If they are going after Juan Guaidó's family, the Maduro regime is becoming desperate.

More News On Juan Guaidó's Family Being Threatened By Security Forces

'They will not intimidate this family': Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido says Nicolas Maduro sent shock troops to his family's apartment to question his wife and intimidated his 20-month-old daughter and her grandmother in the home -- Daily Mail
Venezuela's Guaido accuses security forces of threatening his family -- AFP
Juan Guaidó Claims Police Raided His Home As He Struggles To Consolidate Power -- NPR
Venezuela opposition leader to police: Leave my family alone -- AP

1 comment:

RussInSoCal said...

Hurting Gauido or his family would be a really bad idea.