Thousands of supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took to the streets of Caracas on Saturday, to show support for the Venezuelan leader during an ‘anti-imperialist’ march.

While speaking at the rally, Maduro said “we’re dealing with an electricity war, it’s a war imposed by the imperialist government of the United States of America as a war of legacy, they attack the economy and the daily life of the population.”

The rally took place on the same day when the country’s opposition leader and self-proclaimed “Interim President” Juan Guaido gathered with thousands of his supporters in the capital.

Maduro has since stated that Guaido should be arrested for having violated a Supreme Court-imposed travel ban and vowed to defeat the “crazed minority” seeking to oust him.

 

 

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