- Panama Today
From the early hours of the morning, interim president of Venezuela Juan Guaidó carried out a series of measures to launch "Operation Libertad", and his first step was to pardon the opposition leader of Voluntad Popular Leopoldo López, sentenced to 14 years of jail. Both leaders called on the Armed Forces to join "Operation Freedom" to end once and for all with the "Usurper Government".
+ The opposition leader Juan Guaidó called today for a military uprising to overthrow the government of Nicolás Maduro, while the authorities assured that they maintained control of all the army units.
+ The UN Security Council is closely monitoring the latest developments in Venezuela and is prepared to meet urgently if deemed necessary, the president said on Tuesday.
+ "We are accustomed to coups in Latin America, there has been more than weeds (grass)." It has to be said (Carlos) Gardel "one more year, what does it matter?" Said Uruguayan President José Mujica.
+ Leopoldo López, leader of Voluntad Popular, was serving a sentence of almost 14 years in prison under house arrest after surrendering to the Venezuelan authorities in 2014, after a Caracas court ordered him arrested for instigating the violence as one of the conveners of a demonstration that ended with three dead and dozens wounded six days earlier.
+ They throw tear gas bombs against Juan Guaidó and the military that supports him. The tear gas bombs fell in the east of Caracas, near the place where Guaidó, also head of the Parliament, is next to Leopoldo López, leader of the Voluntad Popular party (VP) and who was released despite the fact that a sentence of almost 14 years in prison.
+ Political leaders of the region show support for the Operation Libertad unleashed against the Nicolás Maduro regime on Tuesday, May 30 by the opposition leader Juan Guaidó in collaboration with Leopoldo López and a group of militaries. Political leaders of the region show support for Operation Libertad unleashed against the regime of Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday, May 30 by the opposition leader Juan Guaidó in collaboration with Leopoldo López and a military group.
+ The ruling Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) of El Salvador condemned on Tuesday the "coup d'état" in Venezuela led by opposition leader Juan Guaidó along with a group of uniformed men.