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Venezuela's Guaido to be held accountable for crimes

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido delivers a speech during a rally at El Paraiso neighbourhood in Caracas on April 5, 2019. (AFP)

Jesus Silva
Press TV, Caracas 

Earlier this week, Venezuelan lawmakers stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his parliamentary immunity. The lawmakers also authorized the Venezuelan High Court to criminally prosecute Guaido for declaring himself the president of the South American country. The opposition leader dismissed the decision, saying he recognizes neither the court nor the Constituent Assembly. Our correspondent Jesus Silva has more details in the following story. 

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