Venezuela’s top court has frozen the bank accounts of the country’s opposition leader and self-declared interim president, Juan Guaido. It also barred him from leaving the country, following an order by Venezuela’s attorney general to launch an investigation into Guaido. The US and several other nations have recognized the 35-year-old as Venezuela’s legitimate head of state after he launched a challenge to incumbent leader Nicolas Maduro last week. On Tuesday, Washington also handed control of Venezuela’s US bank accounts over to Juan Guaido. The opposition leader has shrugged off the legal maneuvers being launched at home against him.
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