The Venezuelan government said opposition leader Juan Guaido would be barred from public office for 15 years on Thursday, as it seeks to crack down on the US -backed rival to President Nicolas Maduro.
"Meanwhile, President Donald Trump warned Russian Federation to "get out" of the Latin American country, while reaffirming his administration's commitment to National Assembly leader Juan Guaidó, who the USA and other Western democracies have recognized as the country's legitimate president". Guaido had ultimately failed to explain the origins of funds he spent on travelling overseas since joining the National Assembly, according to Amoroso.
However, internationally, Maduro has been weakened by Guaido's rise to lead the previously fractured opposition and his endorsement as interim leader by most Western countries and big Latin American nations.
Russian Federation and China have backed Maduro, while the United States and most other Western countries support opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
"We're going to continue in the streets", Guaido said soon after Amoroso's statements on state television.
The exchange comes ahead of mass rallies - both for and against the legitimate government of President Maduro - scheduled for Saturday.
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Venezuela's government says electricity has been restored in most of the country following nationwide blackouts this week.
The National Assembly, for its part, often ignores or passes laws annulling decisions by what it regards as an "illegitimate" regime, asserting that Guaido is in charge of the country constitutionally.
Maduro dismisses Guaido's claim to the presidency as a Washington-backed effort to seize power in Venezuela, which is struggling under hyperinflation and crippling blackouts that have left millions of citizens without power this month.
Opposition leader Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, talks during a meeting calling for more protests, in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Generally, load management refers to the process of balancing the supply of electricity on a network with the electrical load.
"They have spent years stealing money and not doing maintenance".
"I do not think there has been any sabotage", said Yolimar Arellano, a 43-year-old office worker in Caracas, who said he had electricity at his home, but still no water.
That blackout was the longest and most widespread incident of its kind in a country that has grown accustomed to unreliable public services.