April 01, 2019 04:06 PM
Updated on April 01, 2019 5:35 PM
The Supreme Court of Justice asked Monday to the constituent national assembly to consent to parliamentary immunity Juan Guaidó, temporary president of Venezuela.
"The president of the national constitutional assembly is asked to proceed to Juan Guaidó's parliamentary immune consent for breaching the measures set by the court," said Maikel Moreno, president of the TSJ, during a session of the body.
He also announced that a fine of 200 tax units was imposed for the breach of the measure which prohibited him from leaving the country, which was imposed on 29 January. "We urged compliance with this sentence and I would actively investigate their breach," Moreno warned.
Elvis Amoroso, official, announced on 28 March the political ban on Guaidó for 15 years because of the trips he made to the countries of South America during his February tour.
TSJ, Mag Maikel Moreno announces precautionary measures against brass AN, Juan Guaidó, ban to leave the country, prohibit alienation and taxation of property and fine of 200U.T. He asked ANC for parliamentary immunity. pic.twitter.com/MBYnAmrzo4
– Roman Camacho (@RCamachoVzla) April 1, 2019