The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, held a meeting with Venezuelans in ‘El Naranjal’ neighborhood, in the city of Caracas, sending a message of unity and strength to the country despite the political persecution of the dictatorship.
“Neither with shots, nor with threats, nor with political kidnapping are they going to stop us,” he assured through his Twitter account.
The national president reaffirmed that he will continue in the streets of Venezuela, together with the citizens, calling for mobilizations and exercising the majority.
“We will continue to exercise the majority that we have built for years, make visible the problems we have, and demand our rights,” he said.
Pres. Guaidó reiterated that the dictatorship intends to lull Venezuelans into sleep and accustom them to chaos and disaster, for which he affirmed that he will continue in the streets in the fight for a National Salvation Agreement to achieve freedom for the country.
“As long as there is a dictatorship that kidnaps whoever it wants, it will continue to hijack our rights (…) They will not achieve it, because we are the majority who wants change. We can and we will change Venezuela!,” He concluded.
Last Monday, July 12th, the President in Charge was the victim of an assassination attempt by Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship, who sent hooded officials without identification with long weapons and explosives, to attack him in the vicinity of his residence where he was accompanied by part of his work team.