Spain, France, and Sweden recognize Venezuelan opposition leader Guaido

Spain, France, and Sweden recognize Venezuelan opposition leader Guaido

France stepped up pressure on Venezuela’s President Maduro on Monday, saying opposition leader Juan Guaido has the right to organize new elections. Several other European nations are expected to start recognizing Guaido on Monday after an eight-day deadline set last weekend for Maduro to call a new vote lapses. Spain and Sweden joined the UK to denounce Maduro.

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Rubberbucket
Rubberbucket 1 year

Yeah, that's not actually how democracy works. I think the West has become blinded by its own self-righteousness. Other countries don't get a vote on who rules a country - the people who live in a country are supposed to do that.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

What a mess Venezuela is, and yet people still defend socialism.

IIZard
IIZard 1 year

Wah Wah Wah American influences foreign powers!!! Waaahhhhh! All the goons who hate the first world for actually having principles, get utterly stumped.

RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 1 year

We need to let South America decide Venezuela's fate. They aren't nuclear capable, so let the Venezuelans lie in the bed they've made; they voted Maduro in after all. No boots on the ground in Venezuela.

William Eblen
William Eblen 1 year

CIA puppet run government would technically be a "meaningful alternative".

David Brock
David Brock 1 year

Venezuela should start arming the yellow vests in europe

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 1 year

So we have other country's kinda interfering with another's democracy ok thought we don't like that sigh

TheBornOfFire
TheBornOfFire 1 year

well done them,, he is famous you know, I recognised him straight away and no one thinks that's news.

Jack Britton
Jack Britton 1 year

They should mind their own business.

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