The OAS Sacrifices its Charter for Trump’s Desperate Venezuelan Regime Change BidShare | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The OAS Sacrifices its Charter for Trump’s Desperate Venezuelan Regime Change BidShare

On April 9th, the Organization of American States’ permanent council voted under US pressure to adopt a resolution installing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido’s representative, Gustavo Tarre, to the governing body.

It was just the latest attempt to legitimize Guaido’s shadow regime by an increasingly anxious Trump administration flustered by the failure of the coup it set into motion this January 5.

Tellingly, when I pressed the US ambassador to the OAS, Carlos Trujillo, to specify what gave the council legal authority to recognize Gustavo Tarre as Venezuela’s new representative, he was unable to offer a coherent explanation.

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