The interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, arrived in the country on March 4 after an atmosphere of tension among the population about whether he would return home or not, as the threats of the usurping president, Nicolás Maduro, aroused the fear of many when he was warned that he would be arrested and imprisoned as soon as he stepped into the Maiquetia International Airport, the country’s main airport.
Fortunately, his arrival in the country was calm and pleasantly received by Ambassadors from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, the United States, Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Portugal and Romania. Guaidó immediately left the airport headed to Plaza Alfredo Sadel, in the capital of the country in Las Mercedes, to guarantee his functions as president in charge of Venezuela.
He also made statements regarding the events that occurred at the borders with Colombia and Brazil, on February 23, the day on which humanitarian aid would enter but that could not be performed because of an attack commanded by Nicolás Maduro, and noted that “the regime has already shown us the worst face, armed groups and prisoners for Massacre the people.”
“Here we are humbly serving all our people, I ask for a round of applause to each deputy who moved to the border and all of you brave,” he said and thanked the diplomatic representatives present.
He called on the Armed Forces to “detain the armed groups that acted on February 23,” and also said that “we can not look the other way when they attack our indigenous people, enough of impunity.”, referring to the violent attack that indigenous Pemon people suffered at the border with Brasil on March 23.
“I am here and attention, gentlemen of the Fanb (Bolivarian National Armed Force) it is clear that after the threats someone did not comply, many did not comply, the chain of command is broken,” he said, referring to the approximately 600 soldiers who went to the countries neighbors and left the orders of the usurper Maduro.
On the other hand, Guaidó convened for the past tuesday March 5 all public employees unions to a meeting in which he gave important announcements “We are heading towards a staggered strake in the public administration, proposed by the workers themselves In each ministry, institute or company of the State, it is necessary to say enough is enough”, so this is expected to happen soon. Guaidó have also invited Venezuelans to a” large mobilization “on Saturday March 9, throughout Venezuela.