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Venezuela's one quite Joe says he's heading home to lead protests against president Nicolas Maduro amping up his efforts to push Maduro out of power in heading home quite does also running the risk of arrest for violating a travel ban to leave the country last week in a Twitter broadcast on Sunday quite %HESITATION said it would be a historic challenge to return why does been locked in a power struggle for Venezuela with Maduro the United States and most western countries recognize quite go as the legitimate head of state Monday and Tuesday in Venezuela are supposed to be holidays to celebrate carnaval but on Saturday quite %HESITATION called on Venezuelans to protest instead we don't believe in any today we have little to celebrate and much to do so we will call protests on those days in Venezuela always within the framework of our constitution Venezuelan public employees to keep us almost kidnapped and yeah rockers which cont continue to cooperate with a twitch regime why does been on a tour through Latin America visiting national leaders after Maduro and troops loyal to him turned away U. S. aid for Venezuelans an effort quieto crossed into Colombia to coordinate many Venezuelans are dealing with shortages of food and medicine however in crossing the border quite %HESITATION violated the travel ban on him set by the Supreme Court they slapped him with the band after he invoked Venezuela's constitution in January to assume an interim presidency Maduro says why does trying to instrument a US backed coup against him