On Friday, Venezuela's parliament held a plenary session for an internal general election, and many of the media's eyes were drawn to the \"embarrassing\" scenes that appeared that day: Juan Ehud, Venezuela's main opposition member and chairman of the parliament, who failed to vote in the election. At one point, mr guaydo tried to force his way over the fence at the entrance to the parliamentary elections, but he was dragged off the fence by police. It is worth noting that guaydo was elected chairman of the council in january 2019, and then self-appointed \"interim president \", with the support of some pro-american countries in the united states and latin america. After his failed attempted coup on April 30 last year, Mr Guaydo's domestic and international support has fallen and has been ostracized by the opposition camp.
At the plenary meeting, held in Caracas, Venezuela, Louis Vuitton, a former regional coordinator for the opposition Justice First Party, said:'We are looking forward to the meeting. Para was elected the new President of Parliament by 81 votes. President Maduro later acknowledged Parra's election as chairman of parliament and said dialogue between the government and the opposition would continue. However, this result was rejected and rejected by Guaydo.
Looking back at the election - outside the parliament building, Venezuelan security and riot forces have come forward to stop opposition MPs, including Guaydo, from entering it in a chaotic scene, according to the Guardian on Saturday.
According to the guardian, a \"dramatic\" video shows mr. guaydo attempting to cross the fence into the scene of parliamentary elections, but was immediately prevented by the venezuelan national guard. As can be seen from the video, Guay, wearing a blue suit, climbed to the top of the fence many times, but was dragged down by police, the scene was chaotic.
A total of 140 deputies attended the plenary session and Parra received 81 votes, elected by a simple majority. Para served as a regional coordinator for the opposition justice first party. After his election, he said he would work to bridge domestic differences and promote domestic reconciliation. However, the chairman of the council, who did not participate in the plenary meeting of the day, guaido refused to acknowledge the result.
After the election results were announced, the acting assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs, Michael O'Neill, said:'We are looking forward to the election. Mr Kozak said Mr Guaydo was still an \"interim president\" and that the election on the same day was falsely null and void. In response, foreign minister arayasa tweeted on social media, denouncing the u.s. interference in the commission's internal affairs and violating its authority, noting that the u.s. will revert to the old tune and order its \"satellite states\" to continue to interfere in the commission's internal affairs.