Venezuela: Juan Guaidó Resurfaces after False Government Claim He Hid in French Embassy

Has the self-proclaimed interim president fled persecution at an embassy? Controversy abounds over gold deposits.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The European Union has reiterated its support for the Venezuelan opposition politician Juan Guaidó after the South American country's Supreme Court ruled that the election of deputy Luis Parra as President of the National Assembly was lawful.

Venezuela's Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza falsely suggested last week that Guaidó had sought refuge in the French embassy in Caracas, which Paris denied on Friday, June 5th.

Furthermore, on Saturday, June 6th, Guaidó himself reappeared in the streets of Caracas, filmed wearing a mask and gloves as he walked through a line of cars waiting for fuel . . .

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