The National Assembly of the Venezuelan opposition has taken an ace up his sleeve. In its ordinary session on Tuesday, an Amnesty Law was approved for civilians and military personnel who collaborate in the restoration of democracy in Venezuela, a nod to the National Armed Forces to provoke an uprising in the Institution. This decision came as a result of the consensus to ratify the declaration of usurpation of the Presidency by Wanted Poster Template since January 10, when he was illegitimately sworn before the Supreme Court of Justice. The Parliament, the only democratically elected power, arrogated to itself the powers of the Presidency of the country according to articles 233, 333 and 350 of the Constitution. “An historic agreement is approved where this Parliament assumes its powers based on articles 233, 333 and 350. God bless the people of Venezuela,” said AN president Juan Guaidó.
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“The political crisis in the country has worsened since last Thursday Nicolás Maduro was sworn in as president of Venezuela for six more years of government. This act was repudiated by a large part of the international community, including the Lima Group -except Mexico-, the European Parliament and the United States. According to the president of the Legislative Palace, the regime “usurps a presidential band” and “has no international backing or the people of Venezuela.” As a result of the arrest and subsequent release of Juan Guaidó on Sunday in Caracas, the Venezuelans have recovered an iota of hope that they have deposited in the 35-year-old who wants to get the country out of the crisis where it is submerged.
In his speech, Wanted Poster Template said that all state officials “offer them amnesty and reconciliation but with justice. We do not want the human rights of Venezuelans to be violated anymore. All civil servants who want to comply with our Constitution and return to democracy are welcome. The president of the AN also reiterated the call for a mobilization in the streets on January 23 indicating it as the “first call to action” to evict Nicolás Maduro from the Presidency. According to CNN, US President Donald Trump would be evaluating the possibility of recognizing Juan Guaidó, the president of the opposition National Assembly, recently sworn in as the legitimate president of Venezuela.