ベネズエラ反体制指導者から議員不逮捕特権を剥奪

(1)米国に操られているグアイドが、わざと政府に逮捕されて騒ぎを大きくしようと首都カラカスに乗り込んだところ、怒れる群衆が殴りかかってきたので、警官隊がグアイドを取り囲んで護衛した。外国政府の力を借りて政権打倒を叫ぶ人物が政府に保護される恥を晒した。

(2)ベネズエラ制憲議会が、グアイド国会議員(議長)が持つ不逮捕特権を剥奪した。
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‘What kind of a dictatorship is this?’ Max Blumenthal on Venezuela cops protecting coup leader
RT
1 Apr, 2019 22:59
https://www.rt.com/news/455308-guaido-police-caracas-rally-venezuela/

US-backed Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guaido, came to Caracas seeking to be arrested, but the provocation failed and he ended up being guarded by police from an angry mob, investigative journalist Max Blumenthal told RT.

“It’s ironic to see government security forces actually protecting Guaido, a figure who is calling for the government to be toppled and attempting to fragment the security services from within,” Blumenthal, editor of the Grayzone Project, said, commenting on the video recently uploaded to social media.

Así el pueblo chavista sacó a @jguaido del #Valle, pero observen con atención cómo uno de su seguridad agredió a una mujer #AsíSon vía @mangozurdapic.twitter.com/f8ry9TIlLI
— Madelein Garcia (@madeleintlSUR) March 30, 2019

The clip showed people in the working-class neighborhood of El Valle in Caracas hurling insults and trying to make their way to a black SUV, which was reportedly transporting Guaido to a rally. Only the police officers, loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, were there to protect the opposition figure.

“It’s also ironic because we constantly hear about Venezuela as some kind of ruthless Communist dictatorship. But here you have a situation that will certainly not be tolerated in the US or other countries, like Russia, China or Germany… What kind of dictatorship is this? Well, apparently it’s not a very effective one,” the journalist said.

The choice of “El Valle where Maduro’s base is” for the opposition gathering was no coincidence, as Guaido came there “because the US wanted him to get arrested to create a provocation,” Blumenthal said. The opposition leader wasn’t visible in the video, but he said that “the rally actually did take place. Guaido got out of his armored car and very few people attended it.”

The “pathetic” rally had a reverse effect and actually showed “how irrelevant Guaido is becoming,” the journalist pointed out. Despite a dire economic situation and constant blackouts, he “mustered very small numbers in the streets so far. Most people are staying at home,” Blumenthal said, adding that it’s the heavy US backing which is actually “harming the opposition’s cause.”

President Maduro is, of course, not without blame, as “mistakes were made by the government… but now they’re in a position when the US is trying to prevent them from getting out of the hyperinflation… and preventing them from importing food and medicine,” the journalist explained.

The harsh sanctions imposed by the Trump administration on Venezuela constitute “financial terrorism and it’s an attack on everyone, regardless of their political affiliation. I think Venezuelans recognized that,” and therefore have no desire to back Washington’s man, Guaido, Blumenthal believes.



Venezuela's Guaido Stripped of Immunity, Can Face Prosecution
03:23 03.04.2019
https://sputniknews.com/latam/201904031073774870-venezuela-continue-guaido-judicial-process/

On Monday, the Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice called on the Constituent Assembly to strip opposition leader Juan Guaido of parliamentary immunity.

Venezuela's Constituent Assembly has stripped opposition leader Juan Guaidó of immunity and approved a continuation of proceedings against the the self-proclaimed "interim president".

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido (C) arrives at the Venezuelan National Assembly in Caracas on March 11, 2019.

The decision paves the way for Guaido's prosecution and possible arrest over the violation of the Constitution when he declared himself interim president.

"The National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela allows the continuation of a judicial investigation against Juan Guaido", the adopted document said.

The vote was broadcast live by local television channels.

During the meeting, the deputies called for the creation of people's courts to try those who follow the instructions of the United States and for the confiscation of their property. They also called Guaido's actions a crime against humanity.

In response to the move, Juan Guaido said that he will continue working despite the decision of the Constituent National Assembly.

"In any case, we will not turn from our path… Tomorrow we have a working day, we will continue to act and talk to the Venezuelan people," Guaido said addressing his supporters.

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who many nations have recognized as the country's rightful interim ruler, attends a rally in San Mateo Anzoategui, Venezuela March 22, 2019

The Constituent National Assembly approved the continuation of proceedings against the opposition leader. At the same time, the final decision did not shed light on whether Guaido would be deprived of parliamentary immunity amid the investigation.

"Why did they change the wording of the decree? Because they are scared," Guaido said referring to the absence of the provision on revocation of his parliamentary impunity in the document of the Constituent Assembly.

Venezuela has been dealing with an acute political crisis. On 5 January Guaido was elected the head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly that all other government branches have been refusing to recognise since 2016. Two days after the Venezuelan Supreme Court annulled his election, Guaidó declared himself the country's "interim president". Venezuelan President Maduro, who won the May 2018 election and was sworn in for his second presidential term on 10 January, said that Guaidó's move was an attempt to stage a coup orchestrated by Washington.

Almost immediately after Guaidó proclaimed himself "interim president", he was supported by the United States and some 50 of its allies. China, Russia, and Bolivia among other states, have expressed their support for constitutionally elected Maduro as the only legitimate president of Venezuela.

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