The self-proclaimed President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, has repeated that he does not rule out the use of “violence” to bring about political change in Venezuela and to oust President Nicolás Maduro.
“There is a wrong dilemma in public opinion, whether it is mediation, negotiation and elections, or whether it is bankrupt or violent. Our strategy covers each of these areas, the possibility of a transition with the support of some is close to the dictatorship such as the case of the military, “said Guaidó in an interview published this Saturday by the newspaper” El Nacional “.
In this sense, he emphasized that “we cannot get caught in one way or another”. “We have a diplomatic base a thousand times larger, and you can imagine to ally yourself with Iran, the enemy of the planet,” said Guaidó.
The opposition leader has defended the processes that led his government to control resources abroad, such as the Citgo Oil Company or the gold deposited with the Bank of England, and stressed that sanctions “are the ones that have the greatest impact on what had.” Pressure refers to “.