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Venezuelan President Maduro intends to dissolve parliament, - Guaido

Venezuelan Constitutional Assembly is going to make the official decision
21:17, 12 August 2019

Juan Guaido
bbc.com

Opposition Leader Juan Guaido claimed that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is planning to dissolve the parliament and appoint snap elections on August 12. He reported that on his Twitter page.

“Tomorrow they are going to dissolve the parliament and appoint early parliamentary elections illegally or to start massive prosecution of the legislators. If they do it, the result would be the new stage of the conflict’s escalation,” Guaido said.

According to Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan Constitutional Assembly is going to make the official decision today.

As it was reported earlier, Maduro repudiated U.S. leader Donald Trump's threats relating to the naval blockade and applied to the United Nations (UN) with the application for illegal dangers. 

"Donald Trump says he thinks to make quarantine against Venezuela is that to not let any Venezuelan ship come in or out. This is the blockade. I asked Venezuela’s ambassador to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, to denounce the “illegal” threat to the U.N. Security Council," Maduro said.

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