Venezuela’s opposition plans a 2nd day of protests after its first attempt to overthrow Nicolás Maduro ground to a halt

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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido waves to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP) (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó called for a second day of mass dissents on Wednesday to proceed “Operation Freedom” — an endeavor to topple the nation’s socialist government.

He said the uprising was a “serene defiance” and that President Nicolás Maduro “doesn’t have the help from the military.”

On Tuesday, a great many Guaidó’s supporters rushed to a military airbase in Caracas to support the resistance and a little gathering of defiant officers expel Maduro.

Be that as it may, following multi-day of brutal conflicts, it appeared Guaidó was not ready to gather support from high-positioning military authorities to separate Maduro’s powerhouse armed force.

The president, then again, said that his troops had as of now effectively vanquished “the overthrow mongering ideal.” In 60 minutes in length TV address on Tuesday evening he blamed the resistance for powering savagery “so the realm could get its paws into Venezuela.” Maduro’s utilization of the expression “the domain” is a reference to the US.

Maduro likewise scorned a case by Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, that he had been anticipating escaping Venezuela for Cuba before being discouraged by “Russians.”

President Donald Trump tweeted that he was observing the circumstance. “The United States remains with the People of Venezuela and their Freedom!” he said.

A medical center close to the fundamental dissent site in Caracas said it was treating in excess of 50 individuals for wounds, numerous from elastic slugs, The Associated Press announced. The NGO Provea said a man was killed amid a resistance rally in the city of La Victoria, around 40 miles outside the capital.

Brazilian paper Folha de S. Paulo revealed that 25 officers sought assylum in the Brazilian embassy in Venezuela.

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