As crisis in Venezuela escalates, Caribbean nations take sides, Haiti joins U.S



Caribbean leaders are slamming the Trump administration for interfering in Venezuela, with the prime minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines accusing the U.S. of “carrying out a coup d’ etat,” and Antigua and Barbuda labeling the U.S. recognition of opposition leader Juan Guaidó as president over Nicolás Maduro “a brazen regime change.”

“The majority of countries that are in Caricom do not accept Juan Guaidó as the interim president,” Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Browne told the Miami Herald, referring to the 15-member Caribbean Community. “In fact, we believe that it is an extremely dangerous precedent ... which has absolutely no basis in law, it has no constitutional backing, it has no support of international law, and it’s really an affront to democracy within the hemisphere.”

at least they still have oil when this mess ends


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Adelphi VI
America will not allow these guys to clean up they already blocked all the billions in oil money
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