Juan Guaidó holds an open cabildo, performed as a rally and national address, announcing his plans to take control of the Presidency of Venezuela, with the Organization of American States declaring their support for his assumption of office.
Juan Guaidó said he has constitutional right to assume leadership because Maduro is an illegitimate ‘usurper’
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The President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, is briefly detained in Caracas after saying he was prepared to assume the country's presidency.
President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, declares a State of Emergency as the country enters a ""de facto" dictatorship".
Nicolás Maduro is sworn in for his second term as President of Venezuela amid widespread condemnation over his election as "illegitimate".
Secretary general Luis Almagro of the OAS says that he does not exclude "a military intervention to overthrow" President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro, arguing that the Maduro government perpetrates "crimes against humanity, the violation of the human rights and the suffering of people that is inducing an exodus".
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro says that the wages for workers in Venezuela must be linked to the petro.