The arrest of Roberto Marrero was confirmed by Sergio Vergara, leader of the parliamentary group called Vontade Popular (The Will of the People).
Roberto Marrero, the chief of staff of Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaidó, was detained. According to Reuters, the detention of Roberto Marrero was announced by Sergio Vergara, leader of the parliamentary group "Vontade Popular".
Sergio Vergara said that members of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) tried to invade his residence at dawn and place weapons there to incriminate him.
Guaidó reacted on Twitter and stressed that he is unaware of the whereabouts of Roberto Marrero, asking for the "immediate release" of his chief of staff.
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