Latin American Nations Will Not Recognize The New Maduro Government In Venezuela

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DW: Venezuela: Lima Group refuse to recognize Maduro mandate

Latin American governments have urged Venezuela’s president, Nicolas Maduro, not to take the oath of office. The Lima bloc have said they will not recognize his new term because last year’s election was “illegitimate.”

The Lima Group of Latin American countries on Friday urged Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to abstain from being sworn in for a second term he won in elections widely condemned as illegitimate, and cede power until new elections can be held.


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