The President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, has already defined November 16th as a ‘victory for Venezuela’ a day on which the streets will be retaken in every corner of the nation.
“November 16th is already a victory for Venezuela because we have not gotten used to it. Today the solution that the country requires passes through us, through every Venezuelan, because we all will exercise our rights in the streets. On November 16th is not Juan Guaidó who is calling to the streets, but all of Venezuela.”
These assertions were made by Guaidó during the Act of support of unions and trade unions to the call to take the streets next Saturday 16th of November, where he also thanked and recognized the resistance and struggle of all sectors that goes beyond just wage claims.
He also said that “no one is calling for a coup d’état or a rebellion,” on the contrary the call is to “unify all struggles into one. He invited the Venezuelans to leave on November 16th with the tricolor (flag) in the air.”
Challenge to the regime
The President in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, challenged the regime to fill Av.Bolívar in the city of Caracas. This is about the street call they made for November 16th, in support of Evo Morales.
“I dare them to even fill Bolivar Avenue. Yesterday (Sunday) they kind of woke up the host of the Wednesday gossip show (in reference to Diosdado Cabello) and told him: come on, say something).”
He indicated that in contrast to that “desperate call” of the regime, there is a mobilized people all over the country demanding and claiming their rights.
“There is no normality here; they wanted to simulate normality in the Parque del Este and look at how that ended.”
He called on Venezuelans to keep an eye on the social networks of deputies and political leaders so that they are informed about the activities for November 16th and about the points of mobilization and concentration for that day in each region.
Finally, Guiadó said that “one cannot speak in Venezuela of a coup d’état in Bolivia; on the contrary, it is the demand of a people in the streets. We hope that a transition will take place in a transparent and peaceful manner.”