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Taking the Fifth: Venezuelas Talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:17 min | 9 months ago

Taking the Fifth: Venezuelas Talks

"Today marks. The opening of the latest round of negotiations designed to move venezuela beyond its dictatorial rule as the country's economy has nosedived. It's politics have been in stasis since a rigged election in two thousand nineteen the opposition leader. One guido claimed to have one and dozens of countries including america recognized him as the interim president pause model work both the north raleigh north. Eight and the heat but the incumbent. Nicolas maduro has gone nowhere last month. Representatives from his regime and from mr guidos opposition signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to work together towards fair elections wounded professor. And i guess we defeat people seven year but about the meeting starting in mexico. Today isn't the first time resolution. Discussions have been held. Its in fact. The fifth. Since mr doodo took over from the late hugo chavez in two thousand

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Maduro Government Wins U.K. Appeal Over Venezuelan Gold

BBC Newshour

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Maduro Government Wins U.K. Appeal Over Venezuelan Gold

"Court in London has overturned a judgment that the Venezuelan opposition leader, one Guido has control over a billion dollars of gold bullion held in the Bank of England. Court struck down a verdict that the British government had recognized Mr Widow as interim leader. His Mike Sanders. This is the latest twist in the tussle over who runs Venezuela. Nicolas Maduro on Guido Mr Maduro one controversial elections in May. 2018 protests were brutally repressed, Mr Guido, the speaker of parliament, declared himself interim president. And appointed arrival board for the Venezuelan Central Bank to stop Mr Maduro misusing the gold. Britain's former foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, called Mr Maduro's regime kleptocratic. And recognize Mr Guido as interim leader. But the appeals court has now ruled that the British recognition was not definitive. Europe regional Editor Mike Sanders reporting

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Putsch comes to shove: Venezuela

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:54 min | 3 years ago

Putsch comes to shove: Venezuela

"And welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. After yesterday's dramatic attempt to oust Venezuela's president. We take a look at coups around the world, what makes them happy. What makes them succeed, and what are the risks for coup-plotters fail? And a surprise raid on North Korea's embassy in Madrid reveals just how difficult and thankless it is to be a dissident against the North Korean regime. But I. In Venezuela yesterday, the opposition leader one Guido made his move to try to overthrow the embattled President Nicolas muddle, he claimed his operation. Liberty would be the final push to depose a man who has retained power only through a sham election. Mr. Guido is supported by millions of Venezuelans or suffering from regime inflicted hunger and hardship. But it's the support of the military. He needs in order to take power. And despite promising early signs not enough of them decided to abandon Mr. Muto. Lobue leniency called Pai tau. In a defiant television address, the president called the attempt of failure lambasting those who handed their souls over to the coup mongering, far, right? I was waking up shortly after six AM by the sound of saucepans being bashed, which is a traditional form of protest in Venezuela. Stephen Gibbs rights for the economist he was among the crowds in the capital Caracas yesterday as events unfolded. And it soon transpired what was going on. And that was the one I do was calling for a military uprising. We went over the us. Lootah bell imprinting gynecology perfume in no fuel inter inter one hundred zero as soon became apparent that. This was by no means a normal day all shops with barricaded opposite. As they usually are when there is a protest, but this was not a typical protest because a Hong wide other was out with soldiers. And they were all standing on this a motorway that overlooks the military basement airbase right in the center of Caracas and those soldiers will wearing blue on bans as a symbol of their defection and the crowds grew and grew. An inside that base. The sort of big question was whether the people inside the soldiers, the conscripts inside would he'd what those outside were saying, which is come and join us rebel against the Madora government. Pretty quick it became apparent that. They weren't going to do that it will far in ice towards the crowns toward us that were just on the other side of the barricade. And then things got even uglier the rebel soldiers. Apparently sort of rattled by something began to fire live rounds into the air. That go to whole lot of people running and it was a precarious situation. And then there was a sort of a standoff that lasted for several hours. One of the more striking things that was was. There was Leopold Lopez. He is Venezuela's most famous political prisoner. He's been in jail or under house arrest since twenty fourteen. So to see him walking the streets. Not balking particularly far was quite extraordinary in in. He managed to release himself by a defection of those people that were guarding him. So it was clear that this wasn't as I say a normal protest. Something unusual was going on that went on for several hours until after the tear gas through gone on bearable. Most of the protesters recapped to the square in out mirror here in eastern Caracas. And there was quite oh and Leopoldo Lopez and several members of the national guard who had defected, and they were being sort of hugged by supporters. They were some of them with. With the family, and this was the image. Of course, the opposition was hoping would be repeated massively across the country. This is what they're trying to do. They're trying to do a sort of fell revolution where the feared security forces. Give up put down their arms and say, you know, we're not going to support Madore or anymore where with this new president and everything's going to change. It didn't happen. It sounds like there was good public supports on the streets anyway for Mr. Guido or the people rallying behind him more widely. The short answer is. Yes, I mean, given that he was a relatively unknown figure last year. And now he is unquestionably the most famous opposition leader in Suada. It is probably were saying that a lot of the support for two is a sort of protest vote against Maduro Midori is not popular. But he given that he is saying that he's leading a popular revolu. Nation that in his last a contested election. The one that you know, Guido and the opposition and much of the international community says was rigged last year in a he's standing for reelection. Or he stood for reelection. In the midst of the deepest recession in the world inflation heading for ten million percent, everyone feeling poor more miserable public services here. Collapsing. So, you know, the idea that he could really come on Syria support seems implausible and what about the military whose allegiance has always been the Lynch pin here. What what support does Mr. Guido have from them? I mean, it might be fair to say not as much support as he hopes since he came on the scene in early January. He has repeatedly said look, I can only do this. If the military come with me, I think there's no question in the lower ranks of the army and the forces people know happy head because they're suffering. Exactly the same way the most. Venezuelan's suffering. The problem is that the high ranking generals and the of Venezuela that notoriously has a top heavy army with with thousands of generals a lot of them on a benefiting from the chaos here from the corruption which Unity's that may afford them a new also the whole forces. This is one of the things that were job is Maderas assisted. Did he politicized that institution? Effectively everyone sort of fouls their allegiance to the socialist, revolution and not just Venezuela. So it is a relatively world controlled institution. As as one guy to is is finding out and what will happen to Mr White. Oh, if this fails altogether. If this fails, which is perfectly probable identing it's necessarily the end of quavo. You know, he will probably continue an hope that the drip-by-drip discontent in the military against Maduro. We'll alternate. Really bear fruit. And I think the other person to watch is there Puerto Lopez. He's now out of house arrest. He's going to be living. It seems in the Spanish embassy. That means he's conceive people. He can meet people he can negotiate and that will be an instinct additional little twist to this long-running saga.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Yet on seat major regime in Venezuela. Licks to have failed self-proclaimed present one Guido issued an early morning cool, Fulton the military to join a popular uprising, but only a handful of soldiers heated his pay. Let's bring in merging markets. Edita? Justin cowards. So it looks like Mr. Guido is held up in a couple of embassies is this is dumb. Is this coup attempt done finished with a certainly very weakened. Isn't it? Leopoldo Lopez who was guidos mentor who appeared surprisingly yesterday. When all this kicked off is now back in what he's he's sought sanctuary in either the Chilean or the Spanish and the last we heard, but what do I think is still at large, and he's calling for people to come out again on the streets in protest, but it would appear that the subtext here. The a lot of the impetus has drained away from this after yesterday's excitement. It's Labor Day. We shall see. We saw protests yesterday. Fifty out of fifty two of the countries states reported protests, but it hasn't gone anywhere. So we're kind of sticking to the script a little bit as you were just a few weeks ago. How are investors looking through this turmoil? I mean in the past they've they've not really reacted much across some of these assets. And venezuela. What what have you been seeing less twenty four to forty eight? Yeah. Well, the phone market really told the story in the bond market didn't move. So clearly, the investment community was waiting to see how this thing was going to turn out. I think the next stage is to see again where this will lead. If it doesn't lead anywhere, then don't expect much action in in the bone in the bone markets. There isn't much trading going on. It's just people hanging out really for some kind of renegotiation some kind of right down that really trading. Those those kind of levels at the moment talking about sixty percent right down from when it comes. Why is very conscious that this? Is the key to the heart. If you like of the international community is getting the debt sorted out. But we're a long way off from that still Joseph inside. So the latest on Venezuela. That's emerging markets managing editor Justin Kerrigan, right? Still the program whereas getting warmed.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And it sounds like it's going to be a long night because the situation is still very fluid. I'm just looking at the way that Leopoldo Lopez reappeared on the scene dramatically, I understand there was quite a senior Madero figure involved in that who has now turned against the president. Yes, that's correct. The director of the secret police say mean published a letter earlier today or announcing himself in support of way, though, I'm rejecting modo and probably the highest ranking government loyalists who has to date express support for why though generalist emiliana Duarte in Caracas. So could we see another day of mass protests across Venezuela today Wednesday with his assessment of the country's future is the BBC's James Reed who has reported many times from south. Erica, there's a real sense. Now, this long running crisis is approaching climax and and things really on a knife edge Guido he claims he's the president. He's shown he can mobilize huge crowds of supporters. He's won the support of dozens of countries not just the United States, but regional powers like Colombia, and Brazil, but real power in the end rests in the hands of the armed forces. And it's for the loyalty of the men and women in uniform, the nNcholas Maduro and Guido now competing Mr. Guido showed that he could win over dozens of members of the armed forces during his protest yesterday. But Mr. Madeira has put on a show of loyalty with his military chiefs. So really that is the question now which way will the armed forces term interesting to say the Americans saying that president Madeira had been prepared to leave. Excellent Kibo, but was persuaded not to by the Russians has no that's true or not. But suddenly outside forces are also in play. Well, that's right. Yeah. The United States is strongly. Backing Mr. glide they keep saying that military action is an option. The other Latin American countries are very much against this Colombia, Brazil. They don't want to see any kind of armed conflict. But the tension is there on the streets, and if different factions within in the armed forces are opposed to each other. Well in the end, that's always a danger. And of course, the background to this very political crisis is a deep economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. Millions of people have left the country. There were shortages of food shortages of medicine. The economy is in collapse. So people in Venezuela very much waiting and hoping for some kind of resolution, and Mr. Guido hoping that they will come onto the streets on mayday to show displeasure with the government. Yes, he's not backing down. And the stakes for him, particularly high president Madeira has said now that he's determined to bring criminal cases against the people who've in his view. Press for an illegitimate military coup. Kwanggaeto is at large in Venezuela. We don't know where is does nNcholas Maduro nowhere. Here's our the police and the armed forces after him. I think as long as he is at large the crisis goes on and the outcome remains very uncertain James read that some of the news now in an investigation by BBC Arabic, and the TV programme Newsnight has found dozens of images of alleged war crimes in Libya being shared widely on Facebook and YouTube the images don't commit in the mutilation of bodies. Some of the offenses are believed to have been committed by members of the Libyan national army the group led by renegade general Halifa after he's trying to overthrow the West Bank government in Tripoli leading human rights lawyer told the BBC the social media platforms could be assisting in further crimes by failing to take down. Some of the ages is the BBC's Simon Cox owner investigation found dozens of images and videos showing the desecration of the body..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hours alone. Four momentum. Log on pin funeral winners means Mr. Guido who's recognized as Venezuela's interim president by dozens of countries could be arrested and jailed our correspondent will grant is in the capital Caracas. And what were the grounds for the decision? The grounds were essentially that he defied travel ban last month, we saw when he came back in sort of victorious wave to his supporters that was as I say sort of fuel wanting a travel ban that have been put in place by the supreme court so that was the pre pretext if you like, but ultimately as far as I can see this is about the fact that he's declared himself interim president this is tied. His finances all these sorts of things, but ultimately this essentially about the fact that he is called himself. Interim president and has represented this challenge to president Maduro. So does this mean he's likely to be arrested? And if he is what would the impact? In Venezuela via if that is definitely definitely a step closer one. That will be huge escalation, I think if the tensions and oversleep things are very very tense in Venezuela at the moment, I wouldn't rule it out. And what I mean by that is that they have obviously already arrested his right hand man, keep literature adviser and charging him with terrorism. Offenses. They have now stripped Mr. Guido of his parliamentary immunity and does leave the path clear to to an arrest if they decided to act on that is another question though. Because as I say would rank are pressure a great deal on the Maduro government, particularly from the Trump administration. We'll have absolutely because Mr. guava is gonna lot of international support Henley. He has at least fifty nations have recognized him as the interim president of Venezuela. But of course, you know, the question, I guess the inner circle of the Madero government might be asking themselves as well. Will actually donated we do to anything. So there may be an element here where they're sort of cooling the bluff of the Americans. If you like I think the Trump administration and the State Department which say that is very very unwise game to be playing that they meant it when they said, there will be severe consequences, if Mr. wider was in any way, arrested or harmed that was real ground in Caracas. He's been in power for two decades. But now, the rain of Jerry is President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is over following weeks of protests and pressure from the military. The two year old has officially announced he'll stand down with immediate effect. The news published in a letter in state media was greeted with celebrations across the country in the capital Algiers. People took to the streets sounding their car horns and singing..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Office. For fifteen years, though, the national assembly leader brushed off the measure and said it would not derail his campaign to oust President Nicolas Maduro, the move to disqualify one Guido from office won't necessarily comes the surprise to the opposition leader always team. But it is another sign that the government of nNcholas Maduro continues to control all the main apparatus of the state, comptroller, general of Venezuela and government loyalist Elvis Amoroso announced the decision under which Mr. Guido would be banned from holding public office at the end of his current term is president of the national assembly by that stage. Of course, Mr. Guido hopes he will have been installed in the presidential palace. Florida's BBC correspondent will craft reporting. According to a new Rasmussen poll, President Trump's approval rating again reaches fifty percent since the peak of fifty two percent following the state of the union address the president's approval numbers in there. Rasmussen poll held between forty seven and forty nine percent with his approval matching or percentage points higher than President Obama at the corresponding moments in terms of the strongly disapproved to the strongly approved. The Rasmussen poll also shows that gap, narrowing drawing within a percent at the state of the union address on February eleventh with the strongly approved lagging only four percent in this latest poll. George Monzon reporting Republicans are continuing to demand house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff resign. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy says house speaker Nancy Pelosi must stripped chef of his chairmanship. There's nothing that could come from this committee that can be trusted. It is time to turn the page shift has led the collusion narrative and was frequent guest on cable channels MSNBC and CNN of Wall Street that up I ninety two points. The NASDAQ rose twenty sixty s and p five hundred advanced ten more on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical black..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Prosecutors say the Dutch suspect in a tram shooting will face multiple charges including terrorism you checked officials say the suspect Gluckman Tanny faces the Ray of charges primarily multiple murder or manslaughter with a terrorist intent as well as tempted murder and making Tara threats. Prosecutors say the probe so far into Monday shooting in a tram that let three people dead and three seriously injured indicates the shooter acted alone investigations continue into whether the suspects actions officials say flute from personal problems combined with a radicalized ideology Tanny she's to appear before an investigating judge on Friday. I'm Charles through Google, celebrating composer, Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence powered doodle the days animated, Google doodle shows the composer playing an organ in celebration of his March twenty first sixteen eighty-five birthday under the old Julian calendar news and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. Legislators say Venezuelan intelligence agents have detained a senior aide opposition leader, Juan by dole. After a raid on his Karaka song videos and photos released by the way, they'll come to show intelligence officers at the home of the opposition leaders chief of staff robot Demaria room who is later taken away in an armored car, another opposition figure, no maker, said healvets. Gotta who lives in the same building. Also had his home searched was briefly detained the move has been denounced by Mr. Guido who said that weapons to rifles and a grenade had been planted at Mr. Marita was home by the intelligence agen BBC, correspondent will grant reporting from Caracas..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prosecutors say the Dutch suspect in a tram shooting will face multiple charges including terrorism you checked officials say the suspect Gluckman tonnage faces the Ray of charges primarily multiple murder or manslaughter with a terrorist intent as well as a tempted murder and making Tara threats. Prosecutors say the probe so far into Monday shooting in a tram that left three people dead and three seriously injured indicates the shooter acted alone investigations continue into the suspect's actions. Officials say flute from personal problems combined with a radicalized ideology, she's to appear before an investigating judge on Friday. I'm shallow stood with Google celebrating composer, Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence power doodle, the days animated, Google doodle shows the composer playing an organ in celebration of his March twenty first sixteen eighty-five birthday under the old Julian calendar. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. Legislators say Venezuelan intelligence agents have detained a senior aide opposition leader one Guido after a raid on his Caracas home videos, photos released by the dole camp appear to show intelligence officers at the home of the opposition leaders chief of staff dome who was later taken away in an armored car another opposition figure no maker said he'll read gotta who lives in the same building. Also had his home searched was briefly detained the move has been denounced by Mr. Guido who said that weapons two rifles and a grenade had been planted at Mr. does home by the intelligence agen BBC, correspondent will grant reporting from Caracas. A trash truck driver was likely under the influence of marijuana and anti-seizure medication when his vehicle was struck by an Amtrak train carrying Republican lawmakers in Virginia last year, the National Transportation Safety board issued its final accident report today. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Share light comment. Tweet are these foreign terms to your business? They may.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Agreement and to have no plan, we give you a very short extension. I would say basically a month to come back with a plan and then on the basis of that plan. We will then decide how long an extension you possibly need. But you need to formulate a plan behind which there is a majority of Westminster. Otherwise, we're wasting time here Brazilian police have arrested the country's former president Michel Temer in connection with a big corruption investigation known as operation car wash. mR, Temer has denied all corruption allegations. Here's Katie Watson, the many Brazilians this is long awaited Justice during his two and a half years as president Michel Temer had several corruption investigations rose against him. But his parliamentary immunity that came with being leader meant he avoided prosecution now that privilege no longer exists. Michel Temer is the second president to be detained in. Connection with operation. Carwash Lula da Silva is currently serving more than ten years in prison. Bbcnews the Venezuelan opposition leader Honda. Do has demanded the immediate release of his chief of staff. Roberto Moreira who was seized by intelligence agents in the middle of the night. Mr. Guido said pre dawn raids had taken place at the residence of Mr. Marrero, Mr. Guido, San the agents had planted two rifles under grenade at Mr. Maria rose home aid workers are racing against time to get -mergency supplies to hundreds of thousands of people affected by cyclone which struck southern Africa a week ago, the World Food Program said distributing food was a major problem. Imaging folks reports from Geneva the World Food Program assessment shows ninety percent of Zimbabwe's Chimanimani district who suffered significant damage at least two hundred thousand people will need emergency food aid. For the next three months in Mozambique, an aerial assessment shows entire villages wiped out the World Food Program is scaling up its relief operation air-dropping, tons of food and bottled water, but in both Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It's feared the situation. Could get worse with heavy rain set to continue swing Lanka has received a further two year extension to its efforts to set up a credible investigation into war crimes committed during its decades long civil war that ended almost ten years ago in two thousand fifteen the UN Human Rights Council gave Salunke eighteen months to set up. The investigation granting an initial two year extension that expires shortly. Facebook says it's fixed a security issue, which meant that millions of people's passwords have been stored in plain text for years. The company admitted that this would run to hundreds of millions of accounts is that the passwords would have been visible to more than twenty thousand feet. Facebook employees, but there was no sign. Anyone had access them improperly. BBC news. You're listening to the BBC World Service. This is news hour with Tim Franks in London me James kumarisami in Brussels. And I'm.

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Venezuela expels German ambassador

A Public Affair

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Venezuela expels German ambassador

"The Venezuelan government says, it's expelling the German ambassador. For interfering in its internal affairs. Germany is one of many countries to recognize the opposition leader Honda. Why do as Venezuela's future? Timid acting president the details from willow grunts, the Venezuelan. Foreign minister made the announcement in a tweet in which the German ambassador Daniel was declared persona non grata for his recurrent acts of interference in the internal affairs of the country days earlier, the ambassador had been among a group of western diplomats who received the opposition leader one guy though at the international airport in Caracas following his regional tour. Mr. Guido is subject to a travel ban and impart the mbassador who greeted him with their to try to guarantee. His safe

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"mr. guido" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"He tried pushing through US aid into the starving nation, but Medeiros still controls the military and was able to block that aid from entering. Leading to clashes. He told our Tom yomas just last week. Go IDO violated the law real you allow Mr White oh back in Venezuela. He can come and go he will have to face Justice and Justice prohibited from leaving the country, I will respect the laws. Do you think one? Why is a criminal will you arrest him knowing what is not nNcholas mode that is in the position to arrest? Anybody in this country? Follow the rules of the law. No one could be above the law in this case, Mr. Guido has to answer before Justice, not before Nikolas modal the European Union this weekend, telling Madero any measure that could put at risk one guy does freedom safety or personal integrity would represent a major escalation of tensions and meet the firm condemnation of the international community, the US has echoed that threat. Why who promises the aid will get through has spent the last week shoring up political support including a face to face meeting with vice President Mike Pence tonight twitting from Ecuador one Guido says he's on his way home and once again urge? Urging supporters to take to the streets tomorrow. Tom the world will be watching Venezuela this week. All right. Jennifer, thank you next to the miracle. Survival of two little girls who vanished from their yard and spent two nights in the Coleman. Rain, the missing sisters just five and eight years old triggering a massive search and the clues at helping them back home. ABC's more skin.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Several miles traveled on the ground. The damage is significant I would put it in the category catastrophic based on the destruction of the homes, we sing more than thirty five thousand people without power and a separate development. Authorities in New York and Boston say schools will be shot on Monday as a severe snowstorm is expected overnight. Then there's opposition leader Guido says he's returning to his country after week long tour of South America to amass support for his attempt to remove President Nicolas Maduro from power he was speaking on social media from an undisclosed location, bows. Was. The Madeira regime Dez to kidnap me. It will be one of the last areas. It will ever be allowed to commit today. More than ever we have a clear path Mr. Guido said he would lead anti-government marches throughout Venezuela on Monday and Tuesday. But he admitted for the first time that removing Mr. Madura would be a long haul mystical Idaho has promised to return or he did promise to return last weekend with consignments of foreign aid meant to break a military. Blockade of the borders Estonia's opposition center-right Reform Party has won the country's parliamentary elections with its leader. Kaya collapse poised to become the country's first female, prime minister reform gone. Just under twenty nine percent of the vote. Well, ahead of the governing center left center party on twenty three percent Santa and reform of alternated empower and even govern together since Estonia left the Soviet Union in nineteen Ninety-one the far right anti-immigrant Anura. Skeptic equerry more than doubled its previous election score. Well, news from the BBC. A fifty year old man who says he was molested by. The Australian cardinal George Pell in the nineteen seventies will file a civil lawsuit later today in Melbourne. The cardinals found guilty by jury in December of abusing two boys in nineteen Ninety-six. How Griffiths has more details. The man who does not want to be named was living. The boys home in the town of Ballarat in the nineteen seventies. When he says he was physically and sexually abused by George Pell during visits to the local swimming pool. His allegations would do to be part of a case against pal but prosecutors last week decided to drop the charges he says that he's been left devastated by the decision. The seventy Samuel cardinal has always denied the abuse took place. He is currently in custody institute be sentenced next week. The French president Emmanuel Macron says it is time for France and Italy to overcome recent tensions and work together. For the good of Europe. mR macron. Centrists and pro European government has been involved in a series of diplomatic clashes with his populist eurosceptic coalition, particularly over migration, Australia and Indonesia signed a long-awaited trade deal, which was postponed after Indonesia expressed anger over cameras plans to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country was angered by the plans Australia's since decided to postpone the embassy move until there's a peace settlement between Israel and the Palestinians and a team of scientists is investigating whether saltwater crocodiles migrating from Australia are to blame for twentyfold increase in attacks by the reptiles in east t- more over the last decade skin samples from the islands expanding crocodile population. We'll be cross checked against DNA samples from Australia's Northern Territory. Scientists say it's not possible not impossible. But the crocodiles could have swum the six hundred kilometers across the sea. Hello. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro. We begin in Canada with your last year of a senior executive of the Chinese tech firm way continues to produce repercussions one one Jo's arrest of goober airport last December at the request of the US has strained relations between the three countries and triggered with to be to retaliatory arrests of Canadian citizens in China. She faces accusations of fraud and violating UN sanctions against Iran charges. She denies now. Ms mum. Who's also the daughter of why weights founder is suing the Canadian authorities claiming her detention was in serious breach of her civil rights. So what are the claims in this lawsuit from Canada? I spoke to Lee Carter in the claim which was filed on Friday. A number of things are alleged MS says that she's seeking damages for among other things false imprisonment and says that she suffered mental distress anxiety and loss of liberty. From the way, she says she was treated really right from the start when she was detained searched and interrogated at Vancouver's airport last December. She says that she was held for three hours without explanation before a police officer even told her why she was arrested. The documents say that the arrest was premeditated. And claims that officers claimed it was a routine check. When instead the documents say, it was a deliberate attempt to extract evidence from her it also alleges the Canadian border guards unlawfully seized her mobile phones, an ipad, personal computers, computer and demanded that she surrender. All her passwords now, all of this sort of thing the doctor. Kamenz claim where serious breaches of her constitutional rights, and that falls under a sort of an equivalent of the Bill of rights and Canada known as the charter rights and freedoms. And that's really what the British Columbia supreme court will be looking at if it here's this case, and I should out. Of course, none of these allegations have been proven in a court of law and Lee meanwhile, there are proceedings underway. Trickster died her to the US what stage are those proceedings? Well, actually, I I was saying that this claim was made on Friday exactly the same day that the Canadian authorities said that this extradition could go ahead, but I really would not expect anything to happen. Very soon. Mung herself, for instance, is actually under house arrest in a home. She ends in Vancouver. She's hard at least thirteen lawyers from six law firms. I think it's safe to say this has got to be a very long process Lee Carter the Venezuelan opposition leader and self proclaimed. Interim president. Why does says he's returning to his country after a week long tour of South America where he worked together support for his efforts to remove President Nicolas Maduro from power speaking from an undisclosed location, Mr. Widodo said he would lead anti-government marches throughout Venezuela on Monday and Tuesday. Our correspondent will grant is in Caracas. We'll see each other tomorrow. One glider told his supporters in late night address on Sunday via Facebook live. It was a reference to a March is called foreign Kanakas. Liberty isn't yet clear if he will actually be back in the country by then or how he intends to return the opposition leader who recently declared himself? Interim president was placed under a travel ban by the supreme court loyal to president Maduro. However, he defied it to appear to concert on the Colombian side of the border, and then undertook a regional tour visiting Brazil Argentina and Ecuador. Now, his intention is to come back to. Suada which may provoke the Maduro government into arresting him. If they do he said it would be one of their last mistakes in office. Today. The regime is alone. It's isolated today. What strong powerful is your unity? We have the ability to move this country forward. Don't forget everything we've achieved in just two months. President Maduro says Mr. Guido is a user and has illegitimately claimed power in Washington led efforts to oust him from office. Certainly the Trump administration continues to show its backing from Mr. Guido with national security adviser, John Bolton openly referencing the Monroe doctrine, impress interviews and nineteenth century US foreign policy that was often used during the Cold War to justify Washington's battle against Cuba. Nicaragua earlier, I spoke to our America's editor counterspy it. I asked her what fate might be for Mr. Widodo when he returns to Venezuela. One guy does have a lot of support. It would be a sensitive and difficult issue for the Maduro government to arrest him. That isn't to say that he will not one analyst. I was reading today was talking about. It'll be a con spontaneous decision from president Madura when he arrests him or not perhaps it'll be just on. I just at that moment he'll decide so we don't know how that is going to go certainly the international community of said, we are not into military intervention. This will encourage president Maduro to do what he sees fit. So really it's up to him and his support network how he approaches the Venezuelan public and how he thinks the public will react, which is the key question next to ALgeria and the ongoing protests over President Abdelaziz beautifully Castilian to run for a fifth term in office. The eighty two year old is currently receiving medical treatment in Switzerland in a letter attributed to him, which was read out on state television. The president says he doesn't want another full term if he wins and will call an early election. But his critics say he's unfit to lead and questioned the validity of the letter Jonathan has been following developments. Once.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Since the Singapore summit, the US intelligence community says that the North Koreans have continued to develop both of those programs. Chris Fisher reporting from Hanoi Christian. Thanks for that. And joining us now before he heads off to Vietnam the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo mister secretary, welcome back to Fox News Sunday. Chris great to be with you before we get to the Kim summit. I want to ask you about the developing situation in Venezuela's on the small amount of aid did get through and reportedly some sixty members of the Venezuelan national guard defected to the opposition. But generally, speaking Medeiros forces stood firm and stood by him. Is that a disappointment? Chris the Venezuelan people are speaking loudly. And clearly they understand that though is the legitimate president of their country. We're supporting that group European countries. All around the world have seen the. Devasta- Shen that's been wrought in Venezuela by this sectarian rigueur, who's food to starving Venezuelans and medicine to sick Venezuelans burning trucks with this this. This is the worst of the worst of a tyrant. I think the Venezuelan people are saying that we saw yesterday the military begin to see it as well. Some of this violence was clearly of these collective owes these gangs, while the military wasn't a certain they wanted to lean into this violence or very hopeful in the days and weeks and months ahead of the Madeira was will understand that the Venezuelan people have made its days numbered in a statement at the end of the yesterday, you said the United States will take action. What does that mean? Already taken action action to support the Venezuelan people and will continue to do that. They have a duly elected. Interim President Mr Guido we're going to continue to support him will continue to the American people have been most generous providing a couple of hundred tons of food medicine hygiene kits for the Venezuelan people. And then we'll continue to build out the global coalition. To put to put force behind the voice of the Venezuelan people. What's happened? There is a tragedy. There were five or six or eight killed yesterday. But there have been hundreds and hundreds killed from starvation over the past weeks and months millions of people having to flee their homes three million people had believed ten percent of the Venezuelan population. That those are the actions of the American people and the Trump administration to support democracy in Venezuela. But no military force with said every options on the table. We're going to do the things that need to be done to make sure that the Venezuelans people's voice that democracy reigns. And that there's a brighter future of the people of met as well. Right. Let's turn to the main order of business for you this week. And that is the Kim Trump summit in Vietnam starting on Wednesday before the Singapore summit last June national security adviser, John Bolton sad. Look. They have to give up their entire nuclear program before the US does anything and here, you were just after this on the.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Francisco, Oakland, San Jose. A Cumulus station. The rush investigation violence and Venezuela. I'm Anne Cates. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen makes three appearances this week on Capitol Hill as the Russia probe continues democratic congressman Jim Himes of Connecticut. Appearing on NBC's meet the press says the results of the special counsel investigation must be made public attacking the FBI attacking Bob Muller. You know, everything about this has become political the way to end that of course, is for the truth to be out there. And if that indicates that President Trump committed no crime impeachable or otherwise, so be it indicates that he did that's a much more complicated world, but first and foremost, given that we've been on the edge of our seats for the last two years on this issue, everyone in this country needs to know what happened, and then we decide where to take it from there. Hundreds have been injured in violent clashes at the Venezuelan border secretary of state, Mike Pompeo tells CNN state of the union that Venezuelans deserve better aimed at a singular. Mission ensuring that the Venezuelan people get the democracy that they so richly deserved. And that the Cubans and the Russians who have been trying this country into the ground for years and years and years, no longer hold sway. We've we've asked the military. Take back take back the role that you've had protecting your citizens. It's what acting leader Madero doesn't understand. What Mr. Guido doesn't understand these basic rights for the Venezuelan? People are important. We hope that the Venezuela military will take that rollback of protecting their citizens from these tragedies. The Vatican has wrapped up its first ever conference on ending sexual abuse by Catholic clergy and others. Correspondent Rosa Flores. We saw was the pope giving us a look at the abuse situation, both globally and historically and then listing eight different points. And some of those points include protecting children taking the issue with seriousness to bring abusers to Justice..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But the Singapore agreement was light on specifics. The challenge in Hanoi will be to get the North Koreans to sign something. More concrete. The North Koreans will likely ask the US to lift some of the sanctions that have been crippling their economy. While the US will likely demand specific steps towards denuclearization. I with deadlines and a verification mechanism. The President Trump says he's willing to be patient. I'm in no rush for speed. We just don't want testing. And while there have not been any ballistic missile or nuclear weapons tests since the Singapore summit, the US intelligence community says that the North Koreans have continued to develop both of those programs. Chris Fisher reporting from Hanoi Christian. Thanks for that. And joining us now before he heads off to Vietnam the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo mister secretary, welcome back to Fox News Sunday. Chris great to be with you before we get to the Kim summit. I want to ask you about the developing situation in Venezuela's on the small amount of aid did get through and reportedly some sixty members of the Venezuelan national guard defected to the opposition. But generally speaking, but DeRosa forces stood firm and stood by him. Is that a disappointment? Chris the Venezuelan people are speaking loudly. And clearly they understand that though is the legitimate president of their country. We're supporting that group that European countries. All around the world have seen the. Devas station that's been wrought in Venezuela by this sick Tyronn Madeira, who's buying food to starving Venezuelans and medicine to sick Venezuelans burning trucks with this this. This is the worst of the worst of a tyrant. I think the Venezuelan people are saying that we saw yesterday the military begin to see it as well. Some of this violence was clearly of these collective owes these gangs, while the military wasn't a certain they wanted to lean into this violence or very hopeful in the days and weeks and months ahead of the which will understand that the Venezuelan people have made its days numbered. In a statement at the end of the yesterday, you said the United States will take action. What does that mean? I've already taken action action to support the Venezuelan people and will continue to do that. They have a duly elected. Interim President Mr Guido we're going to continue to support him will continue the American people have been most generous providing a couple of hundred tons of food medicine hygiene kits for the Venezuelan people. And then we'll continue to build up the global coalition to put to put force behind the voice of the Venezuelan people. What's happened? There is a tragedy. There were five or six or eight killed yesterday. But there have been hundreds and hundreds killed from starvation over the past weeks and months millions of people having to flee their homes three million people that believe ten percent of the Venezuelan population that those are the actions of the American people and the Trump administration to support democracy in Venezuela. But no military force set every options on the table. We're going to do the things that need to be done to make sure that the Venezuelan people's voice that democracy. Raines, and that there's a brighter future of the people of Minnesota, right? Let's turn to the main order of business for you this week. And that is the Kim Trump summit in Vietnam starting on Wednesday before the Singapore summit last June national security adviser, John Bolton sad. Look they have to give up their entire nuclear program before the US does anything and here you were just after the summit, take the complete verifiable and.

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Venezuela's Maduro Shuts Down Border with Brazil to Stop Aid

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:59 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela's Maduro Shuts Down Border with Brazil to Stop Aid

"Tomorrow is the deadline set by one Guido widely viewed as the interim president of Venezuela for humanitarian aid to be delivered to the impoverished country. Then his way has been facing rampant, hyper inflation and shortages of food and medicine after years of misrule by President Nicolas Maduro who still clings to power. Mr. muddle won the presidency again last year in elections that were widely viewed as fraudulent now Venezuela's opposition and more than fifty countries recognize Mr. Widodo as the president. He's been organizing stockpiles of food and medicine in Colombia, and Brazil and will be traveling to the Colombian border from Caracas to meet the deliveries. He's also called for volunteers to come to the border and help distribute it more. No single thin guarantee. Ah mister Modesto says he'll block any aid deliveries yesterday. He closed the border between Venezuela and Brazil and has threatened to close the border also with Colombia. Nicholas maduro. The president basically deny is that there's a humanitarian crisis going on in Venezuela part of the pace that the opposition is making is we're the guys who can relieve these shortages and begin to feed you properly and begin to provide medicines in the hospitals. So we'll any of Mr. guidos humanitarian aid make it into the country. Brooke Unger is our America's editor what is Mr. Guido planning this weekend. He said February twenty third is the day when all the say that's piling up in Columbia and other countries around. Venezuela will begin to move into Venezuela. To relieve the humanitarian crisis there and the big question is going to be can you make that happen? And what will the government do to stop it? Where's this aid coming from a lot of it's coming from the US? They're awesome European countries that are contributing aid to this effort. So it's coming from quite a number of places. But yeah, mainly from outside the region, and why this deadline what's special about the twenty third Guido and a rally. Week or so ago said, you know, kind of name the twenty third is being the day when this would begin to happen. So it's kind of self imposed deadline, but they needed to start at some point. And you know, obviously in addition to being a day when hopes that aid begins to flow into Venezuela. You know, there's there's a lot of politics and symbolism surrounding this day. So he not only wants food medicine to get the people, but he wants the world to sort of rally around the idea that, you know, his interim government is going to is going to provide support for for Hungary Venezuelans so about that crucial. Question of Ken, Mr. Guido, get this eight through do you think he can what is what's the plan? What he does have what he's trying to have is he's signed up hundreds of thousands of volunteers who were supposedly going to try and begin to bring this aid from the border with Colombia into something like twelve cities inside Venezuela. And how that actually is going to play out will be very interesting to see, you know, we don't know exactly what his tactics are going to be you know, one thing to to point out is that the the border between. Colombia and Venezuela was pretty porous you know, you could have all in tears crossing the border on guarded points. And attempting to bring aid in that way. There's also speculation that you know, they might be airdrops of aid from from US planes a could come in that way or by or by boat. So, you know, we don't know exactly what Ruthie eight is going to take. And what we really don't know is what the reaction of Venezuela's armed forces are going is going to be what might they do it. Why can they be seem to stop aid coming in the government portrays this essentially as sort of invasion of Venezuela? I mean, they they regard the delivery of American aid as being kind of a cover for an attempt to in American attempt to topple the government in American invasion of swords. And you know, they would see stopping the aid as being away of defending their sovereignty. President Trump has come out clearly in support of Guido. Except president widens generous offer of amnesty deliver your life in peace with your families, and your countrymen what's America's interest in this whole question. Don't Trump has taken a very firm and consistent line against the Madero regime, which is not entirely consistent with his line on other repressive dictators in the rest of the world their various explanations for that. I mean, one reason may be that they're quite a lot of Americans Venezuelan and Cuban origin in Florida, which is an important swing state. And so, you know, it it it Trump wants to appear to be on the side of those people who are who are certainly against the Venezuelan regime. You know, it's also true that, you know, some prominent Republicans in particular Marco Rubio, who's from Florida has kind of made it his his 'cause right? What about the effect that might have been in in the country? It could it be that the Venezuelan people like meddling American administration even less than they like the situation. They've got. There's a big risk here at the moment, the US and the opposition in Venezuela are kind of working hand in glove, and the opposition of gone along with very very tough American sanctions, which the hope is that the sanctions are going to dislodge the regime by denying the cash basically needs to survive, but you know, in doing that it's also going to worsen the the plight of the Venezuelan people. So you have this rather ironic situation where in order to push the regime out the opposition to starting with measures that that will hurt their own people. You know at the moment, there's an alliance there. But it certainly, you know, it's certainly true that if the US follows through with its threat to begin to use military force to push the regime out, then the the the equation could change. I I think it's very important that this process and Venezuela be seen as you know, Venezuelans getting rid of victory will regime rather than as Americans coming in. And imposing a government that suits them will this work for. I do you think that? He he will be able to sort of assume power in in full or will Mr. Madero hang on in the long run. I think that's very very difficult to say it's clear that the pillars of support for this regime are crumbling. They've lost public support. They've lost international support except for a few few isolated countries. Like Russia and Turkey, even China is is kind of wavering. They're running out of cash, but unless you you begin to see real signs of defection within the armed forces. You know, this regime can this regime can go on. And there's no further indication that support for him within this sort of the higher echelons of the military is is crumbling at the moment. There's no such indication. You had the the defense minister saying a couple of days ago that the coalition arranged against the government would have to topple it over his dead body. The the army high command seems to be pretty solidly with Madero. So there's no real indication except for a few isolated cases of defense. Action that the army is going to desert the gene,

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome to news. Stay on the BBC World Service, Allen Kosugi and James company with you. Thanks for joining us. And coming up the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has closed this country's border with Brazil to prevent the delivery of food aid is aid being used as a political tool with back in Bangladesh for the aftermath of yesterday's fire in the capital Tacna to look at the reaction and the questions that are being asked now, and what to do with thousands of foreign fighters who joined the so-called Islamic state here from a man who was signed up to fight them. I've often described differentness from broad is like the s s of Germany if Germany Nazi Germany was live state today. Then the and the reason for that is the most fanatical most committed to the cause. That coming up sports and business to to this bulletin world. News. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news. The Venezuelan opposition leader one Guido is heading for the Colombian border in the hope of collecting humanitarian aid as his confrontation with President Nicolas Maduro intensifies, Katie Watson, assesses the progress of Mr. Guido who last month declared himself interim president he's been leading a convoy to the border and believe he's still on his way. It's a very long journey vote around thirty also hours nuts without checkpoints. And there are quite a few checkpoints given the consensus around in the controversy around this aid coming in. But from the very beginning when they set off from Caracas. There was a lot of Kales some point some of the roads were blocked, they tried to stop the media from taking pictures of the convoy further down the road, just outside Caracas. There was there was a confrontation. So the standoff remains Kenya's high court has deferred until may. Much anticipated ruling on decriminalising gay sex. The judges had been due to decide whether to repeal the colonial era law that makes homosexual acts punishable by up to fourteen years in prison. Correspondent Ferdinand Omondi who's outside. The court says the decision has been met with dismay by activist ended in a bit of a disappointment..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"London today European countries lined up behind one Guido, the Venezuelan opposition leader who has declared himself interim president, but we'll western support work against him within the country as our top story today. Also, the godfathers of Nigerian politics these big man who will almost Politika PA. And then I know it's got song who he adults as a candidate for the election. Stay with us for that report. And why does the practice of sending women to so-called menstruation huts still happen in Nepal? Even though it's been banned. Let's coming up this hour. We begin though with Venezuela. A country at a potentially dangerous cross-straits the President Nicolas Madura refuses to step down refuses to call new elections, and refuses to discount the possibility of civil war on the other side. The Venezuelan lawmaker one Guido who is leading efforts to bring down a man he has described as a dictator. He's spending his time garnering support inside and outside the country to persuade the army critical to his success to support him today. The number of countries who have recognized Mr. Guido as the interim president has reached twenty at a news conference. These Spanish Prime minister Pedro Sanchez said Mr. Guido was the legitimate leader. Venezuela. Louis, whatever. Today. Monday, February fourth marks eight days in Spain along with other European partners urged Medeiros regime to call free democratic and transparent presidential elections. This day has come a no steps have been taken by the Maduro regime in this direction. The government of Spain announces it officially recognizes the president of the Venezuelan assembly, Mr. Guido Marquez as president of Venezuela. The democratic legitimacy of one Guido stems from his position as speaker of the Venezuelan national assembly legitimate organ that arose from the last free and democratic elections recognized as such by the international community. Several other European countries. Have also backed Mr. Guido today, but Russia one of Nicolas Madura is main backers rejected what it called foreign meddling. His Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. So you things. The US doesn't hide the fact that they would like to change the regime at any price yesterday. President Trump said that he's keeping the option of a military invasion. I think there is no point mentioning that all of this undermines the foundations of international law, and it is astonishing had the whole of the EU follows the US and is starting to great ultimatums saying that the presidential elections, which resulted in nNcholas Maduro second term were illegitimate leads the Russian Foreign Minister, Meanwhile, Mr Maduro is sitting tight and expressing concern on Spanish TV about a possible. Civil war in Venezuela. No one will be able to give a firm answer to that question. It all depends on the level of madness and aggression of the northern empire and its allies in the west. It doesn't depend on us. We simply live in our country. And we ask that no one else intervene in our internal affairs. And we are preparing to defend our country. Well, in a moment, we'll discuss the role of Mr. guidos allies and the plans to send humanitarian aid into Venezuela at his request. But I the BBC's James Reynolds reports on the hardships of daily life in the capital Caracas. Catchier markets is. Rundown part of Caracas. I'm the market is reasonably busy there. Bunches of bananas in front of me on sale. Going pass peppers and onions melons. Berries Q people the pharmacy..

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Venezuela’s Opposition Gears Up for Major Protests

BBC World Service

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela’s Opposition Gears Up for Major Protests

"To come. Now. The opposition Venezuela is gearing up for another day of demonstrations today against President Nicolas Maduro, they'd been cold by the country's opposition leader and self-declared. Interim president one Guido in an effort to push the military to turn against leader Nicolas Maduro, Mr. guidos claims have been backed by more than twenty countries, including the United States. They've called on president Maduro to step down and call early elections. Request the president is flatly refused. Our correspondent all Garin is in Caracas the capital, and she told me more about these upcoming demonstrations build by one Guido as the biggest in the history of Venezuela. Well, he certainly made some very bishops predictions about what the turn is will be. We do expect it to be large. There is a real sense here that there is a head of steam building behind the opposition leader one Guido, the timing of the protest on Saturday is important a deadline was issued by major European countries. Four Saturday saying that if President Nicolas Maduro did not call fresh elections by then then this would trigger further recognition of fun does. So we are expecting Britain France Spain and Germany to recognize him on Saturday. If new elections are not called. There are pro government demonstrations planned as well. That sounds a little ominous in terms of the potential for violence. What Saturday is an important adversary Serie for supporters of the socialist government here. It's the twentieth. Anniversary of the coming to power of the late Hugo Chavez, so they were planning to Mark that day. It's possible. That the two groups will clash tomorrow, we had smaller demonstrations earlier this week a client of a lunchtime protests that was called by fond Guido, and we did see some supporters of the president. I was at that time as well on the streets. And certainly he does still have support. There are some very entrenched areas of support for him, for example, among the military leadership and many of whom are believed to have a vested interest in his survival and the protesters, what's your feeling are they all supportive of one guy Widodo are they simply anti president Madero. I think it's a bit of both. I think certainly people here among the activists community have been looking for a standard bearer, they see on quite was representing the possibility of change. I think there is a sense that will many that really what they want is the end of nNcholas Maduro they have had enough after all of the ruinous economic policies that have been introduced in the last few. Two years. We have been speaking to some of those this week who have been out taking part in the protests at one is a twenty five year old activist called Federica Romar. She's also the mother of a six month old baby girl, and I asked her why as a young mother it was so important for her to be part of this drive for a new Venezuela. It's important to me. Because even though with we've been through so much already. You know, it's it's important to me to grow up in Venezuela that I know it's there it's important from tool forgot to grow up in a Venezuela. Where people we used to be the happiest people on earth. You know? How do you feel that? There is a real prospect of change this time because there have been moments in the past there were protests in two thousand seventeen for example. But nothing really changed. How do you see things now? I think this year is definitely different. We definitely have hoped this time because everything is on our site right now, everything is on our side legally constitutionally time is perfect. So I am certainly

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Venezuelan leader responds to protests with military show of force

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Venezuelan leader responds to protests with military show of force

"Opposition has been holding secret meetings with members of the military as it seeks to force nNcholas Maduro from office riding in the New York Times mister guidos at any transition would need military support. David Willis has more. Guido said clandestine meetings have been taking place between the opposition members of the military and the. And the charity whose members he claimed regarded the current situation in Venezuela as untenable the United States, which recognizes Mr. Guido as Venezuela's. Interim president is using economic pressure in an effort to persuade the military to switch sides freezing assets belonging to the juror administration world for additional assets could turn into humanitarians funding for the opposition. There have been further indications of the economic damage caused by Britain's

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Venezuela's Maduro says he's ready to negotiate as Trump calls Guaidó

Amanpour

04:41 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela's Maduro says he's ready to negotiate as Trump calls Guaidó

"President Donald Trump up the ante with Venezuela today personally, calling interim president y to offer support then his Wade are taking to the streets again following a call from Guido for people to put more pressure on what the US now called former President, Nicolas Maduro. Why does also urging the old powerful Venezuelan military to get on the side of the people while my Doro is ratcheting up pressure on him treason old why does assets and barring him from leaving the country, but he's also leaving his door open for talks telling Russian media that he would negotiate with the opposition for the good of Venezuela for the world and its future. But just not about their demand for new elections. Komo's specula- is the opposition's new envoy to the United States and he met president vice President Mike Pence at the White House yesterday. He's joining us now from washing. Mr. Vecchio, welcome to the program. Thank you very much for having meeker San. So this is a really important moment of the president of the United States of voice support early on for Mr. Guido. And now he's actually picked up the phone or they've talked on the phone anyway. And he's got support Guido from President Trump. Can you tell me exactly what kind of support the president offered? I think the most important thing is to support our agenda, and that's what we have been talking with the United States and also with Latin American countries and the European Union's union on our agendas, so clear Christiane, first of all we want to end user of power of mother, then we want to move to a democratic system establishing a transitional government. And after that, we want to call for a free and trust election as soon as possible. This is our were again, this were we want to move forward. And that's why we are requesting the support of the international community on it is important to mention I mean, this is not only about the United States. Again. This is a fight between, you know, the free world against dictatorship. I get it. I know you're saying this is a fight between dictatorship and democracy, just explained. For people who are watching, and they think well, hang on a second president Madero claims that he won the elections and won Guido has not been elected president describe how you going to square that circle. And how you going to resolve what many might have is a question, Mark. Will we have to keep in mind that my Ludo conducted a fake election last year in order to to keep six more years in power. So that was declared by the oil. Yes. In the InterAmerican system as illegal as illegitimate election. And that's why he's not longer the president. His doesn't have how thority to conduct the Brazilians the of Venezuela. I'm the given that we don't have a prison. In the constitutional order and following our constitution under article two three three uterine half constitutional president the president of the national assembly has to assume the competences of the present. So that's why we are claiming they'll get him a sea of a long way though as interim president of Venezuela. And I understand that you won't even be in a position to be able to organize new elections for quite a while. So given that and given that Maduro says he's willing to negotiate with the opposition only not over your demands for free elections. He says he's going to stay till twenty twenty-five when theoretically the current term he's embarking on expires. What is your plan b what do you do if this continues and persists and my Douro holds onto power. So as I said Gerstein, we want to continue with our agenda. If we don't stop do they use her patient of firewood of my. I mean, the crisis will be even worse. So we need to stop that on. If we're willing to negotiate our agenda on on they know that. So we need to put more pressure on the streets with our people. We have the momentum. We have the leadership of one way up we have the institution of the national assembly events wheel. And we have this report of the international community. So I hope we can conduct as move transition in order to establish a democratic government and this stop the suffering off Venezuela. So obviously, we're seeing pictures, and we know that people have come out.

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"mr. guido" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Welcome to Midori house. My guest today are Brian class. Who's assistant professor in global politics at University College London. He's also Washington Post columnist and the Russia analyst and writer and broadcaster Stephen deal men of many talents. Welcome both of you to the studio. Now, the United States has warned Venezuela that any threats against US diplomats or the opposition leader one Guido will be met with a significant response. Mr. Guido was called on Venezuelans to take to the has called on Venezuelans to take to the streets in protest against President Nicolas Maduro whose governed the country since two thousand thirteen a week ago, Mr. Guido declared himself, the interim president in a move which earned him the backing of Washington and several European countries. How events will play out is anyone's guess. But there are reports that Mr. Guido had secretly worked with Donald Trump's government to plan the current crisis. So the big question all these allegations plausible, and should we trust the source, Brian? Well, I mean, I think it's very difficult in any of these situations to know, what's happening. But I I do think that there is plausibility to them simply because of the history that the United States has in in Latin America that being said, I mean, I think this is a very odd dynamic because this is Madero is the only authoritarian strongman or despot in the world that Donald Trump does not love. And so, you know, it's it's it's done for all the wrong reasons. Right. I mean, it's clear that Trump does not care one ounce about democracy about human rights. I mean, just anecdotally. He's tweeted I looked this up at one point and aggregated them, and he's tweeted two hundred and seventy six times about crowd size and twice about human rights. So, you know, this is not a man who's doing this for the right reasons. But could it produce a good outcome? That's the big question. I am not a Madero fan because he's been chipping away at democracy in Latin America, sorry in Venezuela, specifically for very long time and has been you know, one of the major thwarted trans. In Latin America. And so you you sort of have this odd dynamic recreate strange bedfellows. People who oppose Donald Trump, automated kely support Madurai the same happened, by the way, when the US bombed Syria, and all of a sudden people were saying Assad is great. And it's like, no, he's not. So so I think that there's a separate question here from what's going on behind the scenes versus making sure that we're clear that Madero is not a friend of democracy. Okay. Stephen a couple of things Brian that very interesting. I love the way you aggregate, the tweets and yes to on human rights was two hundred seventy six hundred seventy six hundred. Yeah. That. It it just shows. Also, this this idea that if well if you're not with me, you're against me not against me with meals something. I mean, this this this. I don't know what. Whether it's exactly an alliance, but it's building up, but you know, you have a strange number of countries speaking out against Madero. I mean, a European countries while European countries keeping out of it. I mean, I'm not saying, I don't care about human rights. But I'm saying, you know, it's it's it's something that surely they're not going to get involved with that. You know, we're we're talking about the word military has been mentioned in US context, and that's not beyond the bounds of possibility. But European countries European countries aren't gonna get involved military in the military sense in economic sense. I mean, how do you how do you don't put sanctions on the country? We've got a million percent inflation. I it just it. It's seems a strange mix. And there is I just I just feel there's so much going on behind the scenes that, you know, something is going to leap out at a school strange mix. Yes. But let's look at it in terms of L -tarian motives, because we know for example, that one of the countries which has to be supporting the United States on this is Mexico. And of course, they're all trading ago. She Asians at stake. So is there a hope that perhaps by pandering to Donald Trump on this that someone somewhere may rest favorable deals going forward? The term a favor is not forgotten..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Rubio insist their unspecified contingency options that he will not reveal analysts say the Trump administration does not seem prepared with a plan. B in case the leader there Nicklaus neuro defies the pressure and hold onto power. And does any sensually fights United States, obviously has decided to recognize Mr. Guido as the interim president do you want? This administration us military power. If necessary. To back up, Mr. Guido. Let me answer that in three parts. Number one is I'm not the alster and chief or anything like the first of all the credit belong to the Venezuelan people who have taken to the streets. This is their movement. This is about them. And they're the ones that are courageous and are facing the threat of imprisonment. Number two is the decider. Here's the president who's never needed any convincing on Venezuela. Do I offer ideas? Sure, he's got a great team around him. But ultimately he has never needed convincing. And frankly, he has raised that with me the issue Venezuela more than I've raised it with him. I haven't had to raise it with him. He cares about this. As far as these analysts saying that there's no plan B. How would they know why we wouldn't the government the Trump administration's not going to publish a plan? Here's what we're going to do to keep our our folks safe. I can tell you I've been in contact with the State Department, and the people that are in charge of this. And they do have a plan, and they have several contingencies to plan on and the most important of it is no harm should ever come to. These diplomats Mike Pompeo was very clear about it yesterday. If it does it'll be severe consequences as far as the military option. I don't know who's calling for that. I can only tell you this and this applies to Venezuela anywhere in the world. The United States always had the right to defend its national security and national interests with the use of force. If necessary I'm not saying, that's what's going to happen here. I'm not specifying. That's not my decision to make. I'm telling you, the preferred outcome here is that Maduro leaves and that in thirty or forty five days, they call an election, and they elect someone democratically and Venezuela returns to constitutional order. That's what I want. I want to ask you one quick question on WikiLeaks. Because you were you stood alone. Among your party in twenty sixteen. Let me play a clip for you from October twenty sixteen where you pledged never to use anything that came from WikiLeaks. Take a listen. Well, I personally will not be talking about any revelations that come about solely as a result of WikiLeaks. Our intelligence officials who are not partisan people have told us this. This is the work of a foreign intelligence agency. I would I would say to my Republican colleagues some of whom may be. Appointed? By the position, I've taken is today. It's them tomorrow. Could be us. If you work with WikiLeaks are you working against America? Well, I don't know if everybody had the same idea that I did or had access the same information. I did when I said that suffice it to say it should be clear by now, and I think should have been cleared of people long time ago that WikiLeaks and others like that could have been tools of foreign intelligence used to divide America..

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"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr. guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Justice there on the Colombian side of the border in Venezuela itself. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets. There were some clashes with security forces and a local human rights groups had thirteen people had died over two days. Venezuela is suffering from an economic meltdown with shortages of food and medicine and an inflation rate predicted to hit ten million percent this year, but mister Madeira does have support from some Latin American countries, including Mexico and Cuba as well. As the loyalty of many people inside Venezuela and in a televised broadcast from the presidential palace. He cues the opposition of seeking to stage a coup with the help of the US from America's editor Kansas pit hundreds and thousands of Venezuelans have come out on the streets in unprecedented numbers in every state virtually in many of the largest cities, most of them have come out of for the opposition for do after he called for. Support to remove Mr. Madeira from power. But there have also been demonstrations in support of the government. An extraordinary thing to declare yourself president tell us more about Mr. Guido is a young man he seems to come out from nowhere. Really? He's thirty five. He's a his family our military people. He has a young child and after years of division. The opposition seems to have rallied around him. This is the extraordinary fact here and particularly a challenge for Mr. Maduro who up to now has really run rings around the very divided opposition with many many different parties. Now mister dole has offered a transitional government and to hold new elections if Mr. Madura steps down, and he's also offered an amnesty to the government's very powerful military trying to encourage their leadership to back him to. They, of course, have said, no, you're the military will be key here at the moment. Mr. Guido is from the national assembly that's held by the opposition. But nNcholas Maduro holds other levers of power. So the military will be decisive. You don't think they'll they'll change the military are really the key to Mr. Majerus power. He supported a vast Medici infrastructure. There are some two thousand generals, and they make up a majority of the cabinet and they've sworn loyalty to endure for years through some periods of the biggest protests center under arrest in the country in the last few years, and they've declared again that they will be faithful to him until he's gone. Really? Now, the opposition does have the backing of many big Latin American countries, also the US, let's just hear what President Trump had to say well are considering anything, but all options are on the table. Witches all options always all options on the so what could the US do hair? And how will they asked you to those Latin American countries impact on what's happening in Venezuela? Well, one of the things that will really make the difference to the situation whether Mr. Guido has any success in this bid for for new elections in Venezuela. Mr. Trump is is reported to be considering sanctions against Venezuela's key oil industry by restricting imports on Venezuelan oil to the US he could cause an awful lot of damage to the Madurai administration. Now US diplomats have suggested that they're thinking about it in the coming days that they're watching carefully how Mr. menteur deals with the demonstrations on the streets after lots of America, Mr. Madero is now surrounded by conservative economists who are many of them allies to Mr. Trump. Candice, the outgoing leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Joseph Kabila has urged people to support the disputed winner of the presidential election Felix. She's a Katie his inauguration is due to take place later today. Mr. Kabina said he could hand over power without regret urged the nation to come together. Official results said Mr. Chesa Katie one clear victory over Mr. Kabila's preferred successor, but another opposition candidate Martin claims the poll was rigged to east to sent us. This report from Kinshasa. Phoenix Tshisikedi has campaigned on promises of enhancing security Brighton. In corruption and promoting development in a recent interview with the BBC he defended his Bishop program. Lupone salka. We think by fighting affectively against corruption and improving the business climate we can improve the everyday life of the Congolese today. The Congolese live on just one dollars twenty five day and increasing that to eleven dollars seventy five is really the minimum that we can do. Many Congolese HSE Katie owes his victory to his father. It's interesting Katie who founded the country's first opposition party thirty six years ago. We are his old house in the neighborhood of Lima. Where Felix also set up his office, your she should. Dima chauffeured Jose Dima the driver for the Tshisekedi family. We are hearing his garden. We are standing in front of a shrine where we remember him. We have his photo here and the flag of the party. How would he react to his sons victory? Effective. The man I knew he would be dancing in his coffin. It's the victory that he sought for himself. He loud remember share with some advisors saying that during his lifetime, the father, doubted, his son's, ability and strength of character. The young Felix who lived in Brussels for many years had to make his own way up the ranks of the party. It was only when his father passed that. He was pushed into the limelight and nominated as head.

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