That is not true and there are plenty of International Observers who observed that. Maduro got over 6,000,000 votes and his percentage of the electorate was 6% more than Trump. Guaido got something like 97,000 votes. The population did not vote for him to be head of the National Assembly and they certainly did not vote for him to be an illegal President. My reading told me it was only decided in the days before the claim that he was President that it should be him and not someone else who should take this move. The US decided that the 'Opposition' would refuse to take part in the elections. Some did and apparently one of them who did indeed stand a fair chance of winning the Presidency did and was thereafter sanctioned by the US. The idea was to boycot the election and then claim they were not allowed to stand which was not the case. The idea was for the US to recolonise Venezuela by any means. Guido recently got told off for threatening he was going to 'authorise' the US military coming in if people did not do what he wanted. I was hearing last night about various other US regime changes in South America. On one the US supported regime was responsible for 80% of civilian deaths and on another 97%! so lets not pretend the US Regime has any care for anything else but its own gain, that the US Regime cares for either democracy or human rights including the right to life.