Guaidó promises to take his message to the streets to “recover democracy”

Caracas, Feb 17 The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó promised this Thursday to return to the streets of his country on Saturday to convey his message of “fight to recover democracy” in “municipal meetings” whose format he did not define. “The dictatorship does not allow us to speak freely on the radio or on television. That is why we carry the message of Save Venezuela (the movement that he now leads) face to face to our people. Next Saturday at the municipal meetings we will deploy throughout the country,” wrote the former deputy on his Twitter account. He promised that he will work together with the citizens in that fight whose call he will make “in the streets of Venezuela.” “Stay tuned to the official networks to know the points in the municipalities of the country in which we will exercise majority,” he concluded. The opponent summoned his supporters last Saturday to a street rally, the first in Caracas since March 2020. Some 300 people attended it, while Chavismo managed to summon several thousand who toured Caracas in a march from its eastern end to the city center. As they passed, they demonstrated in Plaza Altamira (officially known as Plaza Francia) in the Chacao municipality, one of the five that make up Caracas, and a traditional opposition bastion in which, until recently, it seemed unthinkable that Chavistas could demonstrate. Meanwhile, Guaidó gathered his supporters in the nearby Plaza Bolívar de Chacao, although he did not go to Plaza Altamira, the nerve center of the protests against the different Chavista governments. EFE gdl/gcs/eat

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