Through his Twitter account, the opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, posted a video that called for a demonstration next on Tuesday to accompany him to surrender himself in the Ministry of Interior and Justice, in Caracas.
“Naturally, I have taken a few days to reflect on my decision,” he admits in the recording, broadcasted anonymously . “I will face my actions,” he stated, and instructs all potential demonstrators to join him on the course “to some extent” to avoid violent incidents.
Lopez is wanted by the Venezuelan government because they blame of organizing violent demonstrationscin in Venezuela since last Wednesday.
Given these statements, President Nicolas Maduro warned: “Fascism will not come to Caracas” stating what will be the official posture of public order before the eventual march.
Lopez also asked to accept the actions “in good faith” that the public ministry would be carrying out to facilitate his surrender before Tuesday, “without shows,” he said.