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 . . .