National Assembly of Venezuela is attacked by pro-Maduro group
On this Tuesday (26), an armed group of individuals surrounded the National Assembly of Venezuela. Activists pro Maduro attacked and shooted explosives devices against congressmen leaving the sessions. Attacks were directed against the car transporting Juan Guaidó, but the self-proclaimed president was not injured. The National Union of Press Workers of Venezuela reported that several local and international press vehicles and journalist were unable to leave the building due to the aggressions. During the session preceding the incident, Guaidó denounced the presence of Russian military in Venezuela as a violation to Venezuelan Constitution. This is because, last Saturday two Russian airplanes landed in Caracas with an average of one hundred militars and equipments.