February 1, 2019 02:56
Updated February 1, 2019 at 14:57 PM
In Caracas, the protest that was invited to thank the international community for the support of the Venezuelan interim president, Juan Guaidó, will begin at 9 pm. 10:00 in five points and the culmination will be the main Las Mercedes avenue.
Meeting points include: El Marqués, Santa Fé distributor, Boulevard del Cafetal, Millenium shopping center and Paza José Martí Chacaíto.
The protest coincides with the day when the European Union (EU) granted Nicolás Maduro's call for free elections.
"On February 2 this year, the European Union expires Maduro to convene free and transparent elections, so we in Venezuela are returning to the streets to support President Guaidó and thank the countries for their support for democracy," Voluntad Popular reported. Twitter.
It's one # 2Feb The deadline granted by the European Union to Maduro to request free and transparent elections is over, so Venezuela returns to the streets to support President (E). @jj and thank the countries for their support for democracy. # 2FVzlaEnLaCalle pic.twitter.com/2vgYpj8pjn
– Popular Will (@VoluntadPopular) February 1, 2019
This & NegativeThinSpace;# 2FVzlaEnLaCalle! thank the world for our struggle to stop usurage, transitional government and free elections and our legitimate support @incomposition The President @jj. What is Venezuelan Voice! pic.twitter.com/ZngO4GPYiR
– Henrique Capriles R. (@ hapraprīļi) February 1, 2019