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Venezuela: Thousands join Guaido on anti-govt march in Caracas

0 16.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Demonstrators march in support of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, Caracas
M/S Opposition leader Juan Guaido leads opposition march
W/S Guaido's supporters march
M/S Guaido's supporters march
M/S Police guard Bolivia's embassy
M/S Police guard Bolivia's embassy
C/U Police enter Bolivia's embassy
W/S Guaido's supporters arrive at Bolivian embassy
M/S Guaido waves Bolivian flag outside Bolivian embassy
M/S Guaido's supporters rallied in front of Bolivian embassy
SOT, Juan Guaido, Venezuelan opposition leader (Spanish): "Attention, because the dictatorship will want to see things that are not. That embassy is a friendly embassy. There are some police officers who are guarding it. Soon there will be ambassadors there friends. Soon, next week, there will be ambassadors of democracy, ambassadors of Venezuela in La Paz, in Bolivia."
M/S Guaido's supporters rallied in front of Bolivian embassy
M/S Facade of Bolivian embassy
SOT, Juan Guaido, Venezuelan opposition leader (Spanish): "This does not stop here. We already have a conflict, political, social, and protest agenda. But around only one thing. Let the dictator leave and have really free presidential elections."
W/S Guaido's supporters rallied in front of Bolivian embassy, Caracas
SCRIPT
Thousands of supporters joined Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president of Venezuela Juan Guaido as they marched through the streets of Caracas on Saturday, demanding the departure of President Nicolas Maduro.
Demonstrators converged from several areas of the capital and headed to the Bolivian embassy, where Guaido addressed the crowds. The opposition leader also announced he had spoke with interim Bolivian leader Jeanine Anez to recognise her as president of the Andean country.
Guaido has recently urged his supporters to return to the streets as new wave of protests are sweeping Latin America, and especially Bolivia, which has been plunged into a political crisis after the resignation of former president Evo Morales and his flight to Mexico.