They admit guardianship that seeks to allow Nicolás Maduro’s assistance to Petro’s possession

The Council of State accepted for study a guardianship presented by the citizen Juan Castellanos against the president Ivan Duke after he announced that the president of Venezuela, Nicholas Madurocould not enter the country for the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Gustavo Petro.

The guardianship study is in the office of Judge Jaime Enrique Rodríguez, who has already notified President Duque and President-elect Gustavo Petro, so that they can rule on the guardianship.

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The resource indicates that they are violating the fundamental rights to equality, to the free development of the personality and to democracy, by not allowing Maduro to enter the country.

“Such guarantees were considered violated by the Presidency of the Republic, on the occasion of the decision of President Iván Duque, of not allowing President Nicolás Maduro and others to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Gustavo Petro Urrego,” stated in the guardianship.

Duque made that statement in an interview with Semana magazine. “As long as I am the president of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro will not enter Colombian territory,” said the president, warning that he did not recognize Maduro as president.

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The presidential possessions are organized by the outgoing government, with the Foreign Ministry and the Military House. So far some names of the personalities who are on the guest list for the event have been revealed. Among them is King Felipe VI of Spain, the presidents of Chile, Gabriel Boric; Peru, Pedro Castillo; Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso; Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader; from Paraguay, Mario Abdo Benítez; from Panama, Laurentino Cortizo; from Honduras, Xiomara Castro.

Also on the guest list are the ambassadors of Denmark, Israel, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belgium, Australia, Germany, and Norway, and representatives of international organizations such as the OAS and the UN.

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