In Venezuela, they were shooting at a car in which opposition MPs were



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In Venezuela, they were shooting at a car in which opposition MPs were



JUAN Guaidó did not want to hold a parliamentary session in the Federal Palace semicircular hall today, but in the suburbs of Caracas, as opposition lawmakers said paramilitaries supporting President Nicolas Maduro “fired” at their car.

“This is a planned attack on the dictatorship,” said the outraged Guaidó, who has been unsuccessfully trying to overthrow the socialist president for a year.



“You can see the bullet hole in the glass of my car,” he added.

Reporters heard gunshots, photos of damaged cars were posted

Guaidó, re-elected as president of the unicameral parliament on January 5, the only institution in the country controlled by the opposition, continues to claim the post of Venezuelan interim president, considering Nicolas Maduro a “usurper.” It has been recognized by some fifty countries, including the United States.

Six lawmakers who support Guaidó said they were shot by “colectivos”, a small group of loyal “chavista” people (according to former president, leftist populist Hugo Chavez), who the opposition calls violent “paramilitaries.”

France Presse reporters in the area heard the gunfire. For now, it is unknown if there were any wounded in the shooting. The government and police have not yet responded.

Guaidó's staff posted photos of White and some other cars damaged in the attack.

Deputies in favor told him that “colectivos” had assembled before parliament this morning and tried to prevent them and Guaidó from entering the building. Guaidó and a hundred opposition lawmakers eventually decided to sit in a hall in the Caracas suburb.

Oil production collapsed

Oil-rich Venezuela has failed to produce oil, which has gone from 3.2 million to 1 million barrels a day in ten years.

He attributes the Maduro crisis to a number of economic sanctions imposed on his government by the Trump administration to pressure him and force him to leave.

Guaidó-led opposition points out that the government's “negligence and corruption” have led to the situation.

In Venezuela, they were shooting at a car in which opposition MPs were

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