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Europe Wants Venezuela To Hold New Elections

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Published on January 28, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Europe Wants Venezuela To Hold New Elections

Four EU countries gave Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro a deadline of February 2nd to call new elections.

If Maduro doesn't call new elections, they will formally recognize Maduro opponent Juan Guaidó as interim president, says Business Insider.

Maduro's government said other countries have no "power to issue deadlines or ultimatums to a sovereign people." Meanwhile, Guaidó called for more protests in the country this week.

At least seven people died in anti-government clashes last week.

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