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Maduro cuts ties with Washington and expels US diplomats from Venezuela

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[rtl]Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday that diplomatic relations with the United States had been severed, accusing it of plotting a coup against him.[/rtl]

[rtl]This came after Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Javaido declared himself the interim president of the country on Wednesday, in a move backed by US President Donald Trump, who quickly recognized Guido.[/rtl]

[rtl]"In front of the people, the nation and the world, I have declared as constitutional president the severance of diplomatic and political relations with the US imperialist government," Maduro told a crowd gathered at the presidential palace. "Maduro gave American diplomats 72 hours to leave the country.[/rtl]

[rtl]Earlier in the day, Trump called on Western countries to join him in the recognition of Guido.[/rtl]

[rtl]Trump said his administration would use "all the potential of its economic and diplomatic power to restore democracy in Venezuela" and called on Maduro to step down.[/rtl]

[rtl]Maduro was sworn in a few days ago after winning a new six-year term in the Venezuelan elections on May 20, 2018, but his main rivals rejected the election results, saying "widespread irregularities" had marred her.[/rtl]

 

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Maduro cuts ties with Washington and expels US diplomats from Venezuela Empty The European Union joins the American position on the events in Venezuela

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The European Union joins the American position on the events in Venezuela

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EU Commissioner for External Relations Federica Mugherini announced that the Union supports Venezuela's parliament as a "democratically elected institution" and calls for the restoration of democracy on a constitutional basis.
"The Venezuelan people have made a tremendous call for democracy and the ability to freely determine their own destiny," Mugirini said in a statement. These sounds can not be ignored. The European Union strongly urges the immediate commencement of a political process leading to free and credible elections, in accordance with the constitutional order. "
"The European Union fully supports the National Assembly (the opposition-controlled parliament) as a democratically elected institution and its authorities must be restored and respected," she said.
Mujerini said that violence by security in Venezuela is unacceptable as citizens have the right to choose leaders and determine their future freely.
In a White House statement, Trump said his country would use its full economic and diplomatic strength to press for the restoration of democracy in Venezuela, calling on Western countries to recognize Guaydou as acting president.
"They continue to charge the illegal regime of Nicholas Maduro with direct responsibility for any potential threat to the safety of the Venezuelan people," Trump said in the statement.
For his part, President of the Council of Europe Donald Tusk, on Thursday, expressed the hope that Europe supports a unified position "democratic forces" in Venezuela, where the President of the parliament itself declared interim president of the state.
"I hope that all of Europe will unite in support of Venezuela's democratic forces," Tusk wrote on his Twitter account. Unlike Maduro, the Parliamentary Assembly, including Juan Guadillo, has a democratic mandate from the citizens of Venezuela. "

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Pompeo: We will not recognize Venezuelan President's decision to cut ties with America

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The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, on Thursday threatened appropriate measures to prosecute all his country's diplomats in Venezuela, saying that President Maduro did not have the authority to sever his country's relations with Washington.
"The United States will take appropriate measures to hold accountable any person who threatens the security of our mission and its staff," Pompeo said in a statement, noting that "the United States will maintain diplomatic relations with Venezuela through interim President Juan Guadillo, who asked our mission to stay in Venezuela."
He claimed that "former President Nicolas Maduro does not have the legitimate authority to sever Venezuela's relations with the United States and declare our diplomats undesirable."
With support from America and some Latin American states, opposition leader Venezuelan President Juan Guayadu on Wednesday set himself up as Venezuela's acting president temporarily.
Earlier, the United States had recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guido as president instead of Nicolas Maduro. Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo called on Venezuelan President Maduro to hand over power to Guido. Ending / 25

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Venezuelan President Juan Guido has been sworn in as Venezuela's interim president after the opposition considered Nicolas Maduro's ruling illegal and Washington quickly acknowledged Guido. 
The president of the country's National Assembly, Guido, was sworn in by a large crowd as hundreds of thousands of his supporters and Maduro supporters took to the streets of the capital Caracas amid calls for the army and security forces to support democracy and protect civilians.

Later, Venezuelan police clashed with Maduro's opponents in the capital's streets.

In the fastest international reaction, Trump announced his recognition of the leader of the Venezuelan opposition as the transitional president of the country, calling on Western countries to follow suit.

In response to Trump's move, Maduro announced the severing of diplomatic relations between Venezuela and the United States, giving US embassy staff 72 hours to leave. 
Trump pledged to "receive the United States with all its economic and diplomatic weight to restore democracy in Venezuela."

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on the Venezuelan army and security forces to "support democracy and protect civilians" and called on Maduro to step down in favor of "the legitimate president who reflects the will of the Venezuelan people."

"All options are open if Maduro attacks members of the National Assembly," a senior administration official said, noting that the current sanctions against Venezuela were "a small part of the actions that could be taken." 
The Canadian government and the Organization of American States have also recognized Guaydou as president. 
Guido announced Friday that he was ready to take over as the opposition considered the second term of Maduro illegal.

A wave of protests erupted in Caracas on Monday following a brief military uprising that gave hope that the new Congress president could unite the opposition and oust Maduro. 
"If he becomes president, he intends to provide legal protection for soldiers and dissident officials," Guido, 35, said in an interview with Reuters on Tuesday. "Justice will be applied to those who have committed disgraceful acts."

"For 20 years we have been suffering attacks, killing political leaders and imprisoning others, and I was kidnapped for a few hours, killing my friends," he said.

On Thursday, Maduro was sworn in for a second term, defying critics in the United States and Latin American countries, despite the country's stifling political and economic situation.

Maduro's government has imprisoned dozens of activists and opposition leaders for trying to overthrow the president during demonstrations in 2014 and 2017.

Another 125 people were killed in clashes with police in the 2017 protests.


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