The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, said on Tuesday upon his arrival at the Federal Legislative Palace, that the sustained protest mechanism throughout the country will be key to achieve the exit of Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
“The protest mechanism will continue to be the strategy to pressure the dictatorship,” the head of state told the media.
Furthermore, President Guaidó urged Venezuelans not to abandon the sustained protest and join the demonstrations.
“It is what we have to do and we must not leave those who protest alone. Let’s accompany all the unions that raise their voices for a better Venezuela,” he said.
Likewise, Guaidó played down the importance of little participation in Monday’s activity.
“They are types of convocations. Not all of them are hundreds of thousands and not all of them are two or three. There are assemblies, there are protests, there are strikes, there are sit-ins, there are marches, but there is the Venezuelan willing to fight. We are not worried at all. We are sure of the people’s desire for change. The important thing is the Venezuelans’ sentiment for change,” he said.
Similarly, the president of Venezuela reported that on December 3rd there will be a new meeting of the consultative body of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR), where member countries will share intelligence to establish new pressure measures against the dictator and his regime.