Juan Guaido, opposition leader and internationally-recognized interim President marked his return to Venezuela from a three-week trip abroad with a speech. He hoped to reignite public momentum behind his campaign to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro. “Today more than ever we have to make our presence known,” Guaido told a crowd of around 500 supporters in a plaza in the capital, Caracas. “This is not the time to go back. It’s time to move forward.” He appeared bolstered by his meetings abroad where he met with US President Donald Trump as well as European leaders and visited the World Economic Forum in Davos. As he landed he tweeted “I bring back with me the commitment of the free world, ready to help us regain democracy and freedom.” Guaido told supporters at Tuesday night’s rally that he is holding back some details from his foreign meetings that he is not able to talk about publicly. “Stay tuned,” he said to the crowd. In order to attend the meetings with heads of state in the US and Europe he defied a travel ban imposed by Maduro’s government. Watch video 01:55 Share Hyperinflation in Venezuela Send Facebook Twitter google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3Vfat Hyperinflation cripples Venezuela’s economy… Read full this story
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