January 31, 2019 18:12
Updated January 31, 2019 18:25
Carlos Alfredo Pérez, the commander-in-chief of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB), assured that it was false that the Special Forces Action Force (FAES) would arrive this Thursday at the home of the temporary president of Venezuela, Juan Guaydo.
"PNB Commander Carlos Alfredo Pérez Ampueda reports that it is completely wrong that FAES commissions are in Santa Fe looking for the family of Deputy Guaydo," the PNB wrote on his Twitter account.
Guaydo, offering details of the country's plan at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV), condemned that FAES officials were at home and that his daughter, Miranda Guaydo, was there.
The interim president noted that officials asked his wife Fabian Rosales in the guardroom. Neighbors of the area surrounded the apartment, while they were in shape.
When Guaydo arrived at the scene, accompanied by his wife, National Assembly deputies, the diplomatic corps and journalists, the police had already left this place.
– National Police, see. (@CPNB_VE) January 31, 2019