The Prosecutor’s office of Venezuela launched an investigation against opposition leader
CARACAS, January 29. /TASS/ — the attorney General of the Bolivarian Republic of Tarek William Saab said that the investigation related to “acts of violence that have occurred in the country.”
The Prosecutor’s office of Venezuela initiated a preliminary investigation against opposition leader Juan Guido. This was announced on Tuesday the General public Prosecutor Tarek William Saab.
I gave the President of the Supreme court paper relating to the preliminary investigation, which began the General Prosecutor’s office against a citizen Juan, Guido.
According to prosecutors, the investigation is related to “acts of violence that have occurred in the country since 22 January.”
The attorney General of the Republic also added that his Agency has asked the court to prohibit the opposition leader Juan, Guido to leave the country during the investigation.
“We are here to ask [the court] to take preventive measures at the time of the investigation,” he said.
According to Saab, the Prosecutor General’s office considers it necessary “to prohibit, Guide to leave the country and make a property”. In addition, the authority has been asked to freeze accounts of opposition.
January 23, Guido, whose appointment to the post of speaker of Parliament two days earlier revoked by the Supreme court of Venezuela, declared himself acting President of the country. On the same day, the US recognized him as the interim head of state, and then acting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called the incident a coup attempt and announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the United States.
According to the office of the UN high Commissioner for human rights during the protests on January 22, in Venezuela killed at least 40 people.
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