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U.S. would ignore "parallel government" in Venezuela

 AVN.- The escalating intervention of the United States against Venezuela continues on Tuesday when the State Department official in charge of Latin America, Michael Fitzpatrick, talked about the Venezuelan government that he considers non-democratic but nevertheless, "legitimate".
"Despite defining it as a dictator, the United States still considers the government of Nicolas Maduro legitimate and would not consider recognizing a possible parallel executive formed by the opposition," the EFE news agency said.
In this way, Washington momentarily stands apart from a faction of the Venezuelan opposition, led by extreme right-wing party Voluntad Popular (or People's Will), which tries from the National Assembly –in disregard of the country's institutions– to elect a new National Electoral Council (CNE) and form a parallel government.
In a statement, U.S. President Donald Trump blamed the Venezuelan president for the health and safety of Leopoldo Lopez and Antonio Ledezma, whom he described as "political prisoners being held illegally by the regime."
Repealing a house arrest order to both citizens responds to non-compliance with the obligations to enjoy the provisional measure in substitution of imprisonment, among which is to refrain from issuing statements before any media, and carry out actions of political proselytism.
Despite this, both prisoners broadcast audiovisual material where they ignore the electoral results of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), call the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB) to rebel against their commander in chief and order their followers to start new violent protests.
In addition to failing to comply with the conditions laid down for house arrest, official intelligence sources got information about a escape plan for such citizens.
The Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), the Council of Ministers, the Republican Moral Council and the association of Bolivarian mayors and governors expressed their unanimous rejection of the arbitrary and unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States government against Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro.
The president stressed, after the successful election day on Sunday, that he leads a free and independent government of foreign tutelage.
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