The people will not elect a “clown”. Maduro offers Guaido to declare new elections

22.02.2019, Caracas.

Speaker of the opposition parliament of Venezuela Juan Guaido can declare elections in Venezuela himself. This was the message of the legally elected President of the country before medical university graduates on February 19th. The broadcasted speech was posted on the President’s Twitter.
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“I am Democracy!” Maduro refutes accusations of dictatorship

29.11.2017, Venezuela.

The Bolivarian government has nothing to do with dictatorship, it is the guarantor of law, human rights and democracy, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro stated on November 28, at a meeting with workers and employees of the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, Venezolana de Televisión, a public television network, reports.
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President Maduro: Venezuela’s rules, Constitution, and problems are not the US’ business

17.06.2017, Venezuela.

President Nicolás Maduro demanded from US Vice-President Mike Pence and the US government not to interfere with Venezuela’s internal affairs, according to the TeleSur TV-Channel on June 15.

The Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro rejected US Vice-President Mike Pence’s recent statements, when speaking in Miami, he called Venezuelan democracy into question.  Nicolás Maduro underlined, that Venezuela has “its own rules, its own Constitution, and its own problems,” part of which has been addressed, another part cannot be solved by the country at the moment, but addressing these issues is the sovereign business of Venezuela.   
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