The venezuelan oppositielid Zambrano-free after the deal, Maduro opponents

Edgar Zambrano, a member of the Venezuelan National Assembly, and the right hand of the self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaidó, was on Tuesday released from custody. It was four months ago, it was in the cell because he was involved in a coup, and that a sitting president, Nicolas Maduro, fell needed. His release comes after a remarkable deal that will Maduro, has closed some opposition political parties.

At the end of april, it was Zambrano’s political immunity is taken away, when Guaidó attempted a military rebellion to occur, which then failed. Almost immediately after that was, Zambrano was arrested.

Maduro also slammed Monday, with a key stroke. Four smaller opposition parties, which have a critical eye on the Maduro was the result of Guaidó to sit in, and made it known that they will be without the participation of the Guaidó yet to sit down with Maduro.

The calls seemed to for this weekend after a six-weeks-to-go wrong. Guaidó pulled the plug out, because, according to him, “in this way, the political crisis is not resolved is going to be”.

Now, it seems, for the first time since the political unrest at the beginning of this year, the country began to be a division to take place in the camp of the opposition.

The agreement between the four parties and the Maduro

At the Venezuelan national tv, a contract was signed to continue the negotiations. According to Maduro should be “everyone sit down, who in the dispute want resolution and peace work”. The sitting president also promised a number of political prisoners, which, among others, Zambrano was released.

In the short term, there would be new legislative elections to follow,, and there are still no details to be disclosed. Guaidó names of the four sides “is a minderheidsfactor” in the parliament and sees the deal as a “red herring”.

The self-appointed interim president was previously in a september speech, when the Venezuelan justice for him and accused her of “high treason”. Guaidó, it would be the oil-rich area of Esequibo want to sell it to the American multi-national corporations. There has been a criminal investigation.

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Months-long unrest in Venezuela due to a political conflict

In Venezuela, it is almost the whole of the year, one of our favorites is the conflict between the government Maduro, and Guaidó. The leader of the opposition sworn in himself on January as the interim president of the South American country, in part because of Maduro in the last presidential election, his major opponents is in an offside set. The opposition has called the elections “illegal”.

In addition, there is dissatisfaction with the government of Maduro, which had for years been marked by a severe economic crisis and hyperinflation. As a result of daily necessities for a lot of people have prohibitive prices.


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