Trudeau, Trump, & Bolsonaro Recognize Juan Guaido As Legitimate President Of Venezuela

Maduro government “illegitimate” says Trump.

The Trudeau Government and the Trump Administration have both recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate interim-President of Venezuela.

The new Bolsonaro government in Brazil has recognized Guaido’s legitimacy as well.

Guaido is the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, the only institution in the country which was chosen in a fair election.

After the Opposition won a massive majority in the National Assembly, Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro simply ignored it, and created a new assembly that was chosen in a sham election boycotted by the opposition.

Since then, Maduro has fully turned into a socialist dictator, jailing opponents of the socialist regime and further plunging the country into the economic abyss, where only the political elites like Maduro and his cronies get access to good food or basic services.

With Maduro recently being ‘re-elected’ in another sham campaign, countries around the world are no longer putting up with the fiction that Maduro is a legitimate president.

Here’s what Trump said:

“The citizens of Venezuela have suffered for too long at the hands of the illegitimate Maduro regime. Today, I have officially recognized the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as the Interim President of Venezuela.”

The Trudeau government seems to have relayed the info through CBC:

“BREAKING: Global Affairs Canada tells CBC News that Canada will recognize Juan Guaido as the new president of Venezuela. The opposition leader took an oath in Caracas a short time ago, declaring himself acting president and saying Nicolas Maduro has been deposed.”

Here’s what Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro said:

“Mr. Guaidó, President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, assumed the functions of President in charge of Venezuela according to the Constitution of that country, as endorsed by the Supreme Court of Justice.”

“Brazil recognizes Mr. Juan Guaidó as President in charge of Venezuela. Brazil will politically and economically support the transition process in order for democracy and social peace return to Venezuela.”

And as many leaders slam Maduro, the people of Venezuela are taking to the streets against the socialist regime:

Spencer Fernando

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