Guaid says Maduro is ‘sowing terror’ against leaders who tried to oust him

Venezuelan opposition leader speaks to the Guardian as his allies face years in jail for their role in the abortive 30 April uprising The Venezuelan politician fighting to depose Nicols Maduro has accused his rival of attempting to obliterate the opposition challenge to his rule with a campaign of state terrorism. Speaking to the Guardian nearly two weeks after his 10 Guaid allies are facing years in jail for their role in the abortive 30 April insurrection with three seeking refuge in diplomatic compounds and Edgar Zambrano, the vice-president of Venezuelas opposition-controlled parliament, is unknown after he rejected international criticism of his governments clampdown, asking critics how they would respond to a similarly foolhardy operation to remove their leader. Maduro …