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Guaidó describes the alleged attempt at “invasion” as “assembly” and accuses the government of achieving false positive results

Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “responsible president”, Juan Guaidó, has called “attempted” maritime invasion “of Venezuelan territory from Colombia this Sunday as a” fabricated assembly “and accused the government of Nicolás Maduro of using the bodies of the Venezuelan military” to do so to create a false positive “.

Guaidó has assured that these recent events are “a fabricated gathering or a criminal act manipulated by the dictatorship to continue the persecution of the interim government, the National Assembly and the democratic forces”.

In a statement, the President of the National Assembly also accused the Venezuelan government of “promoting a universal violence policy that protects irregular groups to increase social control and oppression.”

Guaidó describes the alleged attempt at “invasion” as “assembly” and accuses the government of achieving false positive results
Guaidó describes the alleged attempt at “invasion” as “assembly” and accuses the government of achieving false positive results

“In the midst of these episodes, the regime is trying to draw attention to an alleged event on the coasts of Vargas that is marked by contradictions, doubts, and contradictions,” he said.

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