Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido took to a protest in Caracas on Monday, amid a risk of being arrested upon his arrival back in his homeland.

Guaido joined a protest being held against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

The opposition leader, who was banned from traveling abroad, returned to Venezuela earlier in the day after a visit to Ecuador.

Last week, Maduro said that Guaido must face trial for breaking the ban.

 

 

Credit: Ruptly

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50 people or so do not a “mob” make.

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Peasant are out of work due to US sanctions. Many peasants would gladly with gun send the Guaido to Yahweh with to h**l.

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Many people are because of the sanctions angry at Guaido.. Anyone can send him with a gun to Yahweh in h**l.