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Venezuela: Guaido to be arrested when courts decide so – Maduro

W/S President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro waving, Caracas *JUMPCUT AT SOURCE*
W/S Maduro at the table *JUMPCUT AT SOURCE*
M/S Maduro
W/S Maduro
W/S Press conference
SOT, Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela (Spanish): "The day that the courts of the Republic give the mandate to detain Mr Juan Guaido for all the crimes he has committed, that day he goes to jail, be sure, that day has not come but will come."
W/S Press conference *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela (Spanish): "And all the dollars given by the state and the petrol economy are now provided by the private economy. And given the option of repressing it or allowing it, I took the option of allowing it, and it has been correct, and it is an option in the middle of a war, and that option has allowed the economy to breathe, to cool down."
W/S Press conference *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Nicolas Maduro, president of Venezuela (Spanish): "We aspire to justice, to the rights of the people of Venezuela being protected, that all sanctions are lifted and those responsible for crimes against our people will be punished. That is what we aspire to.”
W/S End of the press conference
W/S Maduro leaving
W/S Media
SCRIPT
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro that opposition leader Juan Guaido will be arrested when Venezuelan justice decides so, during a press conference on Friday in Caracas.
"The day that the courts of the Republic give the mandate to detain Mr Juan Guaido for all the crimes he has committed, that day he goes to jail," said the president in front of the international media in the Miraflores Palace.
He also stressed that "we aspire to justice, to the rights of the people of Venezuela being protected, that all sanctions are lifted and those responsible for crimes against our people will be punished."
Washington expressed its support for Guaido after his self-proclamation as “interim president" a year ago, and has intensified sanctions against the Bolivarian Republic to make pressure and force the Venezuelan president out.