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2019 Venezuelan presidential crisis

Several European Union states, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal and Spain, officially recognize Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro rejects the European ultimatum to call a new snap election. Other European Union countries, such as Greece and Ireland, stop short of recognizing Guaidó, while Italy's leading coalition party, the 5 Star Movement, declares that it is not "for the EU to tell another nation what to do".

Venezuela's embattled President, Nicolás Maduro, rejects an EU deadline to call snap elections.

  1. BBC
EU powers recognise Guaidó as leader

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  1. Several European Union states, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal and Spain officially recognize Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro rejected the European ultimatum to call a new snap election.
  2. Several European Union states, including the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain officially recognize Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro rejected the European ultimatum to call new a snap election.
  3. Several European Union states, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal and Spain, officially recognize Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro rejects the European ultimatum to call a new snap election. Other European Union countries, such as Greece and Ireland, stop short of recognizing Guaidó, while Italy's leading coalition party, the 5 Star Movement, declares that it is not "for the EU to tell another nation what to do".

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