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Venezuela, en crisis política

Juan Guaid√≥, autoproclamado presidente interino de Venezuela, se reuni√≥ ayer con el l√≠der opositor Leopoldo L√≥pez en la embajada espa√Īola en Caracas. El activista Leopoldo L√≥pez fue liberado de su arresto domiciliario a primeras horas de la ma√Īana el 30 de abril y busc√≥ refugio en la embajada espa√Īola tras comparecer con el l√≠der opositor Juan Guaid√≥ pidiendo a los venezolados una rebeli√≥n para derrocar al presidente Nicol√°s Maduro. Hablando con los periodistas, dijo que hab√≠a m√°s “movimientos militares” en camino. Espa√Īa ha dicho que no permitir√° que las autoridades venezolanas entren en su embajada en Caracas y arresten a Leopoldo L√≥pez, pero el ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, Josep Borrell, dej√≥ claro que “Espa√Īa no va a permitir que su Embajada se convierta en un centro de activismo pol√≠tico”.

 

Venezuela in political crisis

Juan Guaid√≥, self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, met yesterday with the opposition leader Leopoldo L√≥pez at the Spanish embassy in Caracas. Activist Mr L√≥pez was freed from house arrest in the early morning hours of April 30 and sought refuge at the Spanish embassy after appearing with opposition leader Juan Guaid√≥ to call for a rebellion to oust President Nicol√°s Maduro. Speaking to reporters, he said more “military movements” were on the way. Spain has said that it will not allow Venezuelan authorities to enter its embassy in Caracas and arrest Leopoldo L√≥pez, but Foreign Minister Josep Borrell made it clear that “Spain will not allow its headquarters to become a center for political activism”.


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