A hundred people demonstrated on Saturday in the streets of Brussels against the Venezuelan regime of Nicolas Maduro.
The protesters intended to lend their support to his opposition leader, Juan Gaidó, who proclaimed himself acting president and called on the international community to recognize him as president.
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The demonstration was uneventful, according to the Brussels police.
The protesters gathered around 2 pm on the Place de la Liberté in the center of Brussels before heading for the US embassy.
Protesters with Venezuelan flags chanted slogans hostile to the Maduro regime as a “dictatorship” and also called for free elections in Venezuela.