The President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, sent a message to the Venezuelan people to go out again and defeat the dictatorship that has been imposed on Venezuela.
The president made a statement in the company of the new Board of Directors of the National Assembly, where he asked to follow the example of the students, teachers and nurses to remain in the streets.
He presented a new agenda of struggle for the year 2020, which is based on resuming assemblies and street meetings, as well as civil mobilizations around the country.
The days are detailed below:
Thursday, January 9 and Friday, January 10: Assemblies and street meetings.
Saturday 11 January: Joint mobilization
Tuesday, January 14: All to the NA
“I’m asking for a second chance for Venezuela, to come together and go out on the streets again. I know it hurts and at times you wonder what the dictatorship will do again. That’s why we have to move forward, we have an obligation to go on and re-conquer Parliament,” he explained.
“Starting tomorrow there will be calls for town halls, rallies, protests. In the next few days we will appoint the new Board of Directors of Conatel, we will appoint the ambassadors of Bolivia, El Salvador, Bolivia. In addition, we will advance in the internal pressure. We will call for street actions throughout the country,” he said.