Julio Borges, living in exile in Colombia, attacks Maduro as other opposition leaders say apparent assassination bid was legitimate

A prominent Venezuelan opposition leader has rejected “absurd” claims he was part of an alleged bid to assassinate president Nicolás Maduro, as other members of the anti-Maduro resistance movement cheered what they called a legitimate and humiliating strike on a tyrannical regime.

In an interview with CNN en Español Julio Borges, the former head of Venezuela’s national assembly, denied any role in what Maduro claims was a foreign-backed plot to decapitate his leadership with drones carrying plastic explosives.

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