Chaos seizes the National Assembly of Venezuela on another tense day

Venezuela live this Tuesday for another tense day. Police of Venezuela has tried to prevent access to the National Assembly, John Guaidó and the 100 mps allied

Chaos seizes the National Assembly of Venezuela on another tense day

Venezuela live this Tuesday for another tense day. Police of Venezuela has tried to prevent access to the National Assembly, John Guaidó and the 100 mps allied to the venezuelan political, recognized as acting president for about 60 countries. At the same time, in the interior of the chamber, Luis Parra, who declared himself the president of the National Assembly last Sunday with the support of chavez, began a parliamentary session without the apparent quorum necessary to achieve it. Shortly after, Guaidó managed to enter the building and pledged to perform their own session.

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Guaidó had met in the early hours of the morning with the hundred or so members who voted for his re-election as president of the National Assembly in a parallel session, held last Sunday in the newspaper El Nacional. His intention was to arrive all together to the Assembly in order to avoid that a few could enter, and others do not.

While police blocked access to Guaidó and its related, around 10 in the morning, Luis Parra started a session. In the interior of the chamber was the main chavista and deputies, opponents, dissidents, but in no time it became clear that they had the sufficient quorum to perform on a regular basis a session that was brief and addressing the shortage of gasoline and the release of political prisoners.

At the time Parra terminated the session, Guaidó and his supporters managed to enter the Assembly building. The tension was increasing, to the extent that both politicians were directed to occupy the office of the Presidency. Finally, and despite the fact that the military tried to prevent access to Guaidó to the floor, the leader of the opposition to Nicolas Maduro managed to get along with his deputies sang the national anthem and promised that they were going to do a second session, as without the Vine, the deputies, opponents, and the main chavista.

Updated Date: 07 January 2020, 18:00

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