Resistance leader Juan Guaido returned Venezuela on Tuesday following a global support-building excursion and called on the people in the crisis-wracked country to keep pushing back against President Nicolas Maduro.
Mr. Guaido — that had defied a travel ban to see Colombia, the U.S., Canada and many European countries — had been greeted by a throng of cheering supporters in Caracas.
“We are in Caracas now. I bring back with me that the dedication of the free world, prepared to help us recover democracy and liberty,” Mr. Guaido composed Twitter, before compiling an image of himself passport control which has been captioned”HOME.”
Shortly before his arrival, fighting broke out between his followers — such as many lawmakers — and Mr. Maduro’s fans. Shouted workers of this state-run airline Conviasa.
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