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Guaido calls for further protests in Venezuela to avoid arrest upon return

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who is on a tour of Latin American nations to drum up support for his regime change efforts, has said he will call for new rounds of protests against President Nicolas Maduro upon his return.

Speaking in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires on Friday, Guaido insisted that he would soon return home.

"Today we also announce that we will persist in our return home. And we will arrive there in a few days. And, we ask all the Venezuelan people that they join us in the streets, we will be calling for new protests and mobilizations," he said.

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If he goes back.....

Ethan Allen and...

Maduro should arrest him and try and convict him for Treason against Venezuela and give him a short piece of rope! PCR thinks that would be a good thing.

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