There were flags, posters and T-shirts showing venezuela’s President.
But the man himself was a no-show at a pro-government rally in Caracas.
The few hundred supporters had gathered less than 48 hours after Nicolas Maduro had been targeted by what the military says were missile-laid drones.
Speaking from the presidential palace, Maduro repeated his accusation that Colombia’s president was behind the assassination attempt.
Juan Manuel Santos has said that Maduro is at the end of his days.
And if it’s said by Juan Manuel Santos who is a member of the killer Colombian oligarchy, what can you expect.
Maduro was hosting an outdoor rally for the National Guard when according to security forces two drones were launched towards the stage.
One fell onto an apartment building, the other was diverted according to the government.
Colombia’s president dismissed allegations he was involved in the attack.
There are accusations that I am with the Venezuelan right-wing plotting to assassinate the president of Venezuela.
By god. I say to the president of Venezuela that on Saturday I was on much more important things.
I was baptizing my granddaughter.
Venezuela’s economy is collapsing with most of the population enduring widespread food and medicine shortages.
President Maduro says right-wing plotters in the US and Colombia are trying to bring him down.