Juan Guaidó Loses the Presidency of Venezuela’s National Assembly

With the support of chavismo, opposition MP Luis Eduardo Parra was elected to the presidency of the legislature; Guaidó's allies speak of a "coup".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Accused of corruption and relations with paramilitary groups in Colombia, the opponent Juan Guaidó failed to secure his re-election as president of the National Assembly of Venezuela in a vote held on Sunday, January 5th.

Luis Eduardo Parra, from the First Justice party - part of the Democratic Unity Table - was elected with the support of dissatisfied opponents and deputies from the PSUV, Maduro's party, and . . .

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