Armed forces surround Venezuela's National Assembly

Juan Guaidó took to social media to accuse the Venezuelan president of "assaulting the Legislative Branch." Venezuelan police suspects of the "existence of an explosive device" in the area.

Venezuelan security forces have surrounded the National Assembly building in Caracas. The accusation was made by the self-proclaimed interim president, who posted pictures on Twitter.

According to the Venezuelan press, 15 intelligence officers (SEBIN) are searching Juan Guaidó's office. Several MPs from the opposition-controlled National Assembly took to social media to say that security forces have barred their access to the building.

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