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The day which will be held the session to try to re-elect John Guaidó as president of the National Assembly of Venezuela has begun with hindrances and blockages on the part of chavez, that has tried to impede the access of Guaidó and leaders opponents, as he has denounced the team of the president of the Parliament. The surrounding areas of the building remain militarized, and since the team Guaidó ensures that if it prevents the entry of opposition leaders are willing to sit in the middle of the street.
The start of the session was scheduled for 10 in the morning. However, past noon Guaidó had not yet entered the building. The leader, according to his team, wants to ensure that all opposition leaders are able to access and prevent the entry of a few caucus chavez, along with dissidents, to have a sufficient quorum to start the session and prevent his re-election. The fraction of chavismo alongside the deputies opponents associated with the corruption scandal of the bags CLAP with about 60 votes. All of them have been able to enter without major problems. The journalists ' union has reported that around thirty media has not been able to get to the floor
Some of these leaders, opponents have been proposed, with the approval of chavez, who would vote for them, a new bureau of the Parliament with Luis Parra, First Justice, as president. He would accompany Franklin Duarte (Copei), Jose Gregorio Noriega (Popular Will), Negal Moral (Democratic Action) and Alexis Vivenes (people's Will). All formations have ensured that these mps have acted for free and do not represent the parties, who choose to re-elect Guaidó.
Guaidó is assured in addition to the participation in a virtual manner of the deputies in exile, to complete the votes needed to continue in office. Last month we made a reform of the rules of procedure of the Assembly, seeing this scenario, a measure that once again the Supreme ally of Mature vetoed by the court.
The harassment of opposition leaders was launched on the eve of the session this Sunday. During the early morning hours, officers of intelligence (Sebin) took to the hotel where they were staying 40 parliamentarians from the provinces who had planned to attend the session. Past 1 in the morning began to knock on the doors of the rooms and ordered the eviction for an alleged bomb threat. The cops inspected some of the rooms and after two hours they retreated.Updated Date: 05 January 2020, 17:00