January 24, 2019, 07:36
Updated January 24, 2019, 7:58 pm
Chilean MPs pictured on Thursday, referring to Nicholas Maduro to express the rejection of the "presidency" he accepted. During the session of the Chilean Congress held in Valparaiso, the parliamentarians took pictures of Maduro's face, traced by a red line to his seats.
At the request of MPs from the UDI party, a minute of silence was also held in honor of those killed during the repression of state security authorities who protested in Nicholas Maduro.
So far, the unofficial number of citizens killed during demonstrations is 26, the Venezuelan Observatory on Social Conflict reports.
From the Congress of Chile in Valparaiso. on @udipopular rejects dictatorship @NicolasMaduro and ratified its support for the new president of the United States. t #Venezuela I @ jguaido,#LibertadParaVenezuela# FreedomForPoliticalPresits#SOSNicaragua#SOSVenezuela pic.twitter.com/e8QUNyUbxN
– Victor Quadras Andino (@AndinoCuadras) January 24, 2019
So they see Maduro at the Chilean Congress https://t.co/K2zl2Wp8pA pic.twitter.com/noQfbWH1rW
– I am Venezuelan (@YSVenezolano) January 24, 2019