Monday, February 25, 2019

Last Stand

Maduruo's days may be numbered:
Guaido warned that "indulging" Maduro "would be a threat to all of America," while Colombia President Ivan Duque called for "more powerful and effective" pressure on the socialist leader.

"We hope for a peaceful transition to democracy. But President Trump has made it clear: all options are on the table," said Pence.

The US slapped new sanctions on the governors of four Venezuelan states aligned with Maduro for impeding aid shipments.

The European Union on Sunday condemned the government's use of violence and armed civilians to block the aid entry, while UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he was "shocked and saddened" by the civilian deaths.

Guaido, the 35-year-old leader of Venezuela's National Assembly, sensationally declared himself acting president in January after the opposition controlled legislature concluded that Maduro was fraudulently re-elected.

Some 50 countries recognize him as Venezuela's legitimate interim president.
time for the former bus driver to think about taking one out of the country?

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