20 January 2019 10:36
Updated January 20, 2019 at 11:04
Antonio Ledezma, former metropolitan mayor of Caracas in exile, on Sunday warned Nicolás Maduro and Diosdado Cabello that if something should happen to Juan Guaidó, president of the National Assembly and responsible for the Presidency of the Republic, the Venezuelans will respond with intensity.
"The goddess's hair is threatening Guaidó, look, if it rains and Guaidó gets wet or touches his hair, people will intensify their fight," Ledezma said.
The political leader in exile stressed that the international community is waiting for what could happen to the person responsible for the presidency. "Venezuela moves the world on 23rd January, freedom, tyranny," he concluded.
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– Antonio Ledezma (@alcaldeledezma) 20 January 2019