Juan Guaidó spoke to the supporters who were at the Marquez, one of the many meeting points of the demonstrators for this May 1st.
"Despite the repression, today the whole Venezuela is on the streets, when we said that the Armed Forces were with the people, they did not believe us," said Venezuela's self-proclaimed President Juan Guaidó in Caracas in the afternoon. in one of the meeting points for the demonstrations of this May 1st.
"We must continue until we achieve it," he said, encouraging his supporters. "Our sacrifice will not be in vain, it was not in vain".
The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela called on the military and civil servants to start a fight at work, beginning tomorrow with the use of a blue handkerchief as a sign that it is "worth to change", and ending in a general strike.
"We are on the right track, the usurper has already lost," he told thousands of Venezuelans. "They thought the protest was over but we will continue on the streets until we reach the freedom of the whole of Venezuela," continued Juan Guaidó. "Today citizens have the power and they know it, we will continue on the streets every day with protest actions."