After a Long Back and Forth Guaidó Again President of Venezuelan Parliament

In Venezuela, the conflict over the chairmanship of the parliament, previously controlled by the opposition, has further intensified. Both sides are fighting hard for power.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Opposition leader and self-appointed head of state Juan Guaidó was re-elected president of parliament by opposition members in a session outside the building in Caracas on Sunday.

Previously, police had denied Guaidó and other opposition representatives access to parliament, and Luis Parra, a political rival to Guaidó had declared himself the new president of parliament.

Guaidó was re-elected President of Parliament with the votes of 100 of its . . .

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