The deputy Juan Guaido was arrested after a failed attempt at a Venezuelan coup

CARACAS: Venezuelan Intelligence Agents On Wednesday Killed A High Leader Of The Opposition, The First Arrest Of A Legislator Since The Failed Lifting Against The President Last Week.

Edgar Zambrano Said That The Agents Had Towed Him Along With His Car To Prison After He Refused To Leave The Vehicle.

Zambrano Is Deputy To President Of The National Assembly, Recognized By More Than 50 States As A Country Leader In More Than 50 States, And Who Organized The Revolt Of April 30.

" We Warn The People Of Venezuela And The International Community: The Regime Has Kidnapped The First Vice President" Of The National Assembly, Said Guaido, Who Heads The Body And Has Been In A Power Struggle With Mature Since He Declared Himself As President Interim In January.

" They Are Trying To Destroy The Power That Represents All Venezuelans, But They Will Not Achieve It" Guaido Said.

Shortly Before His Arrest, Zambrano Said On Twitter That Agents Of The SEBIN Intelligence Agency Had Surrounded His Vehicle Outside The Headquarters Of The Democratic Action Party.

" As We Refused To Leave Our Vehicle, They Used A Tow Truck To Take Us To The Force Directly To The Helicopter," A Notorious Political Prison And The Headquarters Of The Secret Service, Tweeted.

The United States, European Union And Several Latin American States Criticized The Arrest Of Zambrano.

On The Twitter Account Of His Embassy Now Closed In Caracas, Washington Rated The Detention" Illegal And Inexcusable."

Be Warned Of Consequences If Not Released Immediately.

Thursday Early United States President Donald Trump - Whose Country Was One Of The First To Back Guaido - He Said He Was" Discussing The Terrible Abuses Of Maduro" .

Trump Did Not Mention Zambrano, But He Said That EE. UU Will Unite The People Of Venezuela" For The Time That Is Necessary."

Junto Con The United States, Argentina, Colombia, Chile & Perú Protestaron Por Su Arresto, Mientras Que La UE Dijo Que Era" Otra Violación Flagrante De La Constitución Del País" .

On The Other Hand, The Supreme Court Of Venezuela Accused Three More Legislators For Supporting The Rise Of Guaido, Which Caused Two Days Of Clashes Between Security Forces And Protesters.

Attorney General Tarek William Saab Says The Clashes Caused The Death Of Six People.

The Three Legislators, Named As Freddy Superlano, Sergio Vergara And Juan Andrés Mejía, Are Accused Of High Treason And Conspiracy.

This Raises To 10 The Number Of Opposition Legislators Accused Of Supporting Guaido, After A Court Announcement Tuesday That Seven Others Will Be Processed.

Shortly After The Announcement, The Constituent Assembly, Which Effectively Acts As A Rubber Stamp Of The Regime, Stripped The Seven Members Of Their Parliamentary Immunity.

Guaido Was Stripped Of Immunity On April 2.

The Constituent Assembly, Which Matures Created To Leave Side To The National Assembly, Said It Would Suspend The Immunity Of Legislators Who Support The Uprising.

Guaido Said In A Speech After The First Accusations On Tuesday That The Only Response From The Government ... Is To Persecute, Because They No Longer Govern, Because They No Longer Have Command. "

Venezuela Has Suffered Five Years Of Recession That Has Seen More Than 2.7 Million People Flee Poverty, Hyperinflation, Food Shortage And Insecurity Since 2015, According To Figures From The United Nations.

On Wednesday, Maduro Warned Of A Possible Military Escalation With Neighboring Colombia, Which Recognizes Guaido As Acting President, After Bogotá Accused Caracas Of Harboring Leftist Guerrillas In Its Territory.