The impostor Guaido was removed from the post of head of the National Assembly of Venezuela


On January 5, 2020, the Venezuelan National Assembly (unicameral parliament) elected Luis Eduardo Parra as its chairman (head, speaker), removing Juan Guaido, who at the end of January 2019 appointed himself “president” of the country. Naturally, Guaido himself, his supporters, representatives of the United States and the "democratic public" of the planet did not recognize this vote, considering it not consistent with the Constitution of Venezuela.


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro welcomed the vote. By the way, Franklin Duarte and Jose Gregorio Noriega were elected the first and second deputies of the speaker.

After the vote, Guaidó said the country's parliament had discredited itself, so a “real vote” would be held on the street. According to Guaido, the "dictatorship" of Nicholas Maduro "committed another political miss ”, and only“ 26 or 29 deputies ”attended the meeting within the walls of the parliament.

As a result, the opposition media reported to Caracas that the “sitting” of parliamentarians who had elected Guaido as the speaker was held by the newspaper El Nacional. There were allegedly 100 deputies out of 167 present. Juan Pablo Guanipa and Carlos Berrizbeitia were appointed Guaido deputies.


At the same time, the reaction of the "international community" followed. The Organization of American States (OAS) said they recognize Guaido as head of the Venezuelan parliament. From the European Union and the US State Department, they said that they continue to consider Guaido as the head of the parliament of this Latin American country. In fact, the opposition trampled on the legislation of their own country and the approval of their actions by the West. Something similar was almost a year ago when Guaido proclaimed himself "president." True, then the extras on the street were much larger than now.
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  1. Arkharov Offline
    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 6 January 2020 12: 35
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    The opposition, representing the majority in the National Assembly, called the incident a “parliamentary coup” and stated that there was no necessary quorum at the session. Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido on Sunday, January 5, was again proclaimed chairman of the country's National Assembly after a vote by opposition deputies outside the parliament chamber. They held their meeting in the editorial office of a local newspaper, after they could not get into the country's parliament, which was blocked by security forces. One hundred deputies voted for his candidacy.

    https://www.dw.com/ru
    1. 321 Offline
      321 (321) 6 January 2020 16: 56
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      Somewhere in a brothel they would have looked even more organic ... bully

      Quote: Arkharov
      The opposition, representing the majority in the National Assembly, called the incident a “parliamentary coup” and stated that there was no necessary quorum at the session. Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido on Sunday, January 5, was again proclaimed chairman of the country's National Assembly after a vote by opposition deputies outside the parliament chamber. They held their meeting in the editorial office of a local newspaper, after they could not get into the country's parliament, which was blocked by security forces. One hundred deputies voted for his candidacy.

      https://www.dw.com/ru
    2. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 6 January 2020 18: 17
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      Quote: Arkharov
      The opposition, representing the majority in the National Assembly, called the incident a “parliamentary coup” and stated that there was no necessary quorum at the session. Venezuelan opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido on Sunday, January 5, was again proclaimed chairman of the country's National Assembly after a vote by opposition deputies outside the parliament chamber. They held their meeting in the editorial office of a local newspaper, after they could not get into the country's parliament, which was blocked by security forces. One hundred deputies voted for his candidacy.

      https://www.dw.com/ru

      Arkharov you're really lazy ...
  2. isofat Offline
    isofat (Sergei) 6 January 2020 16: 53
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    In Moscow, they called Guaydo's "presidential status" non-existent. Now Guaido is completely a dummy.
  3. Well, now - on kitsch!
  4. isofat Offline
    isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 01: 57
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    I just can’t understand with this Guaido ... when did this self-proclaimed president take off his presidency in order to become the new speaker in the Venezuelan parliament? Now, after the elections to the National Assembly of Venezuela, this gentleman, what again? Self-proclaimed speaker? What other elections are expected in Venezuela?


    The United States, instead of confirming the legitimacy of this annoying gentleman, let him better write the clown in his record book.
  5. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 09: 27
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    Guaido is supported by the States and most of the Latin American countries. He is at least the legally elected head of the country's legislature. The confrontation with Maduro (that's the clown) will be long until Maduro finishes off the Venezuelan economy! The idiocy has already brought the country to cryptocurrencies ...
    1. isofat Offline
      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 11: 17
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      Quote: AlexZN
      Guaido is supported by the States and most of the Latin American countries.

      AlexznBut do Russia and a smaller part of the Latin American countries support Guaido? Did he win the election?
      1. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 11: 25
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        isofat
        Did Maduro win the legal election?
        1. isofat Offline
          isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 11: 32
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          Arkharov.
          Yes, legit. And the self-proclaimed Guaido confirmed this by nominating himself for the presidency of the National Assembly.
          1. Arkharov Offline
            Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 12: 14
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            What is the relationship? Do not write nonsense.
            1. isofat Offline
              isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 18: 04
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              ArkharovBut can the president of the country nominate himself for the post of chairman of the National Assembly?
              So it turns out, putting forward his candidacy, Guaido agreed that he was not the president! And the United States made a mistake recognizing him as president.
              1. Arkharov Offline
                Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 19: 51
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                And the United States made a mistake recognizing him as president.

                - Damn, how can the USA live without you for 243 years? How wonderful that you prompted them on time.
  6. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 11: 35
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    Quote: isofat
    But do Russia and a smaller part of the Latin American countries support Guaido? Did he win the election?

    Yes, Guaido won the election. To parliament. The election of Maduro was highly doubtful. It is clear that both are doubtful, and Venezuela is not a subject, but an object of politics. It's hard to say if Guaido is good, but Maduro is definitely a very bad politician.
    1. isofat Offline
      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 12: 01
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      Quote: AlexZN
      Yes, Guaido won the election.

      AlexZN, the head of the Venezuelan National Assembly for two years will be held by MP Luis Parra, supporting Nicolas Maduro.
      Guaido lost the election.
      1. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 12: 21
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        Supporters of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said he will remain in his post as speaker of parliament. About it reported the Venezuelan National Assembly in your Twitter account:

        Despite disagreements and threats, unity and national interests won.

        - the message says. The candidacy of Guaido was supported by 100 parliamentarians out of 167.
        1. isofat Offline
          isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 12: 30
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          Arkharov Guaido lost the election as soon as he began to listen to advisers from the United States and receive support from a state hostile to his country. Now he runs and appeals to justice. The United States, which is not the last in terms of the number of killed, legally elected presidents, does not have to go into other people's elections, let alone appeal to justice. Having violated the rules and received support from another country, Guaidó cries that he was dishonestly treated.

          PS Since when has Twitter become the mouthpiece of the Venezuelan National Assembly?
          1. Arkharov Offline
            Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 12: 41
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            “Hostile to his country” are Maduro with his administration. Completely bringing their country to mediocrity, corruption and populist experiments.
            1. businessv Offline
              businessv (Vadim) 7 January 2020 20: 36
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              Quote: Arkharov
              “Hostile to his country” are Maduro with his administration. Completely bringing their country to mediocrity, corruption and populist experiments.

              Where do you get such information from ?! People voted for the "hostile Venezuelan President" ?! Bullshit do not write, please! You like mattresses, and write: "I like mattresses led by Trump, as well as their policies in the world, so I will support Guayda and am ready to lay down my life for him!" hi
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                Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 20: 58
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                businessv And what, judging by its results, is he pursuing the correct state policy? Can you somehow explain the deplorable results of this policy? Does it benefit the country? It seems to me that with such a president no enemies, either external or internal, are needed. And with his "election", this is generally a separate big story.
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                  businessv (Vadim) 7 January 2020 21: 50
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                  Quote: Arkharov
                  And with his "election", this is generally a separate big story.

                  You, of course, know better than the people who have chosen the President for themselves.
      2. Alexzn Offline
        Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 12: 32
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        Quote: isofat
        Quote: AlexZN
        Yes, Guaido won the election.

        AlexZN, the head of the Venezuelan National Assembly for two years will be held by MP Luis Parra, supporting Nicolas Maduro.
        Guaido lost the election.

        Already won, stay tuned ...
        1. isofat Offline
          isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 12: 38
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          Alexzn, my dear, this is not a gain, but an attempt to seize power by the opposition.
  7. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 12: 45
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    Quote: isofat
    Alexzn, my dear, this is not a gain, but an attempt to seize power by the opposition.

    Guaido was elected as speaker of parliament. Maduro wanted to dismiss him by a vote without a quorum, but the parliament did not recognize this vote and reiterated the authority of Guaido by an absolute majority of 100 out of 167.
    1. isofat Offline
      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 13: 10
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      Alexzn
      Where was Guaido elected? How did the elections go? Who is the guarantor of everything that happens?
      Elections were held at the store. Only the opposition was present at the elections. The opposition claims to have gained a quorum. The opposition also guarantees the legitimacy of all this action.
      Dear, if you insist that this is not a coup, I will think that you are a dishonest person.
    2. businessv Offline
      businessv (Vadim) 7 January 2020 20: 44
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      Quote: AlexZN
      Guaido was elected as speaker of parliament.

      That was all true, but does the head of parliament have the right to declare himself President? With this statement he put himself outlawed because it can be regarded and regarded as treason, an attempted coup d'etat and nothing else! And now he decided to do what? To step aside the powers of the President and take on the excessive burden of the speaker ?! And tomorrow, he will declare himself Minister of Defense? So, what is next?! Such people should not be allowed to power in principle, and if their ties with foreign intelligence services have been proven, they should go to prison, and not to the speaker’s chair!
  8. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 13: 30
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    Quote: isofat
    Alexzn
    Where was Guaido elected? How did the elections go? Who is the guarantor of everything that happens?
    Elections were held at the store. Only the opposition was present at the elections. The opposition claims to have gained a quorum. The opposition also guarantees the legitimacy of all this action.
    Dear, if you insist that this is not a coup, I will think that you are a dishonest person.

    In the context of what is happening in Venezuela, little can be called legal! An attempt to remove Guaido from his post is certainly not legitimate. Guaido’s attempt to declare himself president is not legitimate. The election of Maduro was worn ...
    Against the background of all this, the constitutional court (headed by the country's main drug lord) is trying to determine the legality or illegality of the events.
    Once again, Venezuela is not a subject, but an object of international politics. There, civil conflict, chaos and the choice of the preferred side are made in accordance with the worldview of everyone without special regard to the rule of law (a concept that does not apply much to Venezuela).
    1. isofat Offline
      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 13: 40
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      Quote: AlexZN
      There, civil conflict, chaos, and the choice of the preferred side are made in accordance with the worldview of everyone without special regard to the rule of law.

      - there is US interference in the affairs of the state of Venezuela.
  9. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 13: 33
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    Quote: AlexZN
    Quote: isofat
    AlexZN, where was Guaido elected? How did the elections go? Who is the guarantor of everything that happens?
    Elections were held at the store. Only the opposition was present at the elections. The opposition claims to have gained a quorum. The opposition also guarantees the legitimacy of all this action.
    Dear, if you insist that this is not a coup, I will think that you are a dishonest person.

    In the context of what is happening in Venezuela, little can be called legal! An attempt to remove Guaido from his post is certainly not legitimate. Guaido’s attempt to declare himself president is not legitimate. The election of Maduro was worn ...
    Against the background of all this, the constitutional court (headed by the country's main drug lord) is trying to determine the legality or illegality of the events.
    Once again, Venezuela is not a subject, but an object of international politics. There, civil conflict, chaos and the choice of the preferred side are made in accordance with the worldview of everyone without special regard to the rule of law (a concept that does not apply much to Venezuela).

    PS Voting results are not determined by the place of voting. It seems like this is clear?
    100 out of 167 ...
  10. Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 13: 50
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    Quote: isofat
    AlexZN, there is US intervention in the affairs of the state of Venezuela.

    Does anyone dispute this?
    Nevertheless, the current situation of the country, first of all, is the result of the activities of Chavez-Maduro, and to a much lesser extent - the Americans.
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      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 14: 42
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      Quote: AlexZN
      Nevertheless, the current situation of the country, first of all, is the result of the activities of Chavez-Maduro and to a much lesser extent - the Americans.

      The colonialists destroyed so many Indians that your statement is very doubtful.
      1. Alexzn Offline
        Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 14: 59
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        Got it! The colonialists are to blame! Maduro got the country with the richest oil reserves, carried out a number of reforms (reasonable!), And then systematically ruined the economy. What Chavez did not ditch, finished off Maduro, bringing the country to physical hunger. But the colonialists who destroyed the Indians were to blame. Talk about the Neolithic?
        1. isofat Offline
          isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 15: 18
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          AlexZN, you probably forgot that the United States is only 250 years old. The country had the richest oil reserves long before the crooks who stole land from the indigenous population.

          Venezuela and its people will figure out what to do and how to do it, and we will help. The USA cannot cope, everywhere they have conflicts. It’s good that the United States has friends like Russia and China. We will fix the shoals of America before they crawl to us.
          1. Alexzn Offline
            Alexzn (Alexander) 7 January 2020 15: 48
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            Wow! Russia has always done a lot so that the Americans never crawl.
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            Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 January 2020 21: 14
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            isofat
            ... you probably forgot that the United States is only 250 years old. The country had the richest oil reserves long before the crooks who stole land from the indigenous population.

            - Interestingly, and the ancient Karinya Indians used the gas-lift or pumping method of lifting oil?
            1. isofat Offline
              isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 21: 26
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              Arkharov, the USA has territory from the Indians, a language from England ... what and where else have they stolen? I don’t know, but I’m sure that the pumps and elevators were invented before the “Good” empire appeared.
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    cmonman (Garik Mokin) 7 January 2020 20: 48
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    Two-faced Russia! In 2014, the president was expelled / deposed in Ukraine - not democratically! In Venezuela, half of the deputies were not allowed to attend the session by order of the president - everything is in order. In Moscow, the deputy arranges a meeting with his constituents - "the rally is not agreed, everyone must disperse." The true leader of third countries ....
    1. isofat Offline
      isofat (Sergei) 7 January 2020 21: 08
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      Quote: cmonman
      Two-faced Russia! In 2014, the president was expelled / deposed in Ukraine - not democratically! In Venezuela, half of the deputies on the orders of the president were not allowed to the session - everything is in order ...

      cmonman!
      Whose cow would mumble, but yours would be silent.