A resolution needs nine votes to pass the council and no vetoes by the permanent members - the United States, Russia, China, France, and Britain.
The United States is leading a push for recognition of Guaido, who heads the National Assembly, backed by about 50 countries.
Guaido over the weekend called for the global community to make clear all options were on the table to oust Maduro, after security forces loyal to him violently drove back the opposition's attempts to bring humanitarian aid into the country.
He said that the world should back Guaido and "address the destabilizing results of Maduro's corrupt, fraudulent and incompetent reign, which just this weekend brought instability and violence" to the borders of Brazil and Colombia.
"If Beijing and Moscow kill it off, the USA will claim the moral high ground", said Gowan, a senior fellow at the UN University Centre for Policy Research.
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Wednesday Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro had "no intention of negotiating" but rejected any foreign military intervention in the economically-strapped country.
"The only thing to discuss with Maduro at this point is the time and date for his departure", Pence tweeted.
The proposed measure stresses the importance of ensuring the security of opposition members, but a reference in a previous draft expressing "full support" for the National Assembly was dropped.
Reportedly, the protesters hoped they could maintain pressure on Maduro after self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidówas widely recognized as legitimate at the end of January on the worldwide stage.
Guaido was to travel to Brasilia to meet President Jair Bolsonaro today.
India described the strike as preemptive and driven by highly specific intelligence about a credible imminent threat. He said Pakistan scrambled its warplanes and the Indian jets released their payload "in haste" near Balakot .
The approach to the World Cup will consist of ten weekly open qualifiers online that will be held from April 13th to June 16th. Details about the tournament, including the date and location of the World Cup grand finals were revealed in its announcement.
Trump also repeatedly berated his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his failure to rein in the Russian Federation probe. Several members of the media were shoved and assaulted at President Trump's campaign rally in El Paso, Texas, last week.
Mum-of-two Amal, 41, was one of the famous faces in attendance at Meghan's baby shower at The Mark Hotel on Wednesday. Baby Sussex is due in late April/early May, and the Duchess is said to begin maternity leave sometime in March.
Brown was charged in November for driving his black sports auto over 100 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone. Last month, two lawsuits were filed against Brown after he allegedly threw furniture from his 14th-floor apartment.
But the source said Woods insisted she had no control over the situation because she'd had too much to drink that night. Since the scandal broke, Woods has reportedly been cut out of the Kardashian family business.
Smollett's attorneys say they plan to mount an "aggressive defense" against his disorderly conduct charge. Authorities believe Smollett, who is black and openly gay, staged the attack because he wanted a raise.
But Edelman usually goes with a more clean-cut look in the offseason, so with the season over it's time for his annual shave. Edelman agreed to it, and even matched her $10K donation. "I love you, beard", Edelman said.
This was the fourth time that Casey had a 54-hole lead of at least two shots on the PGA Tour and failed to win. Casey also closed Monday's play with a birdie putt at 18 to finish alone in second at 16 under.
The recommended way to update your devices is to tap Settings General Software Update and carry out the update from there. Apple has released an iOS and macOS update, which fixes the FaceTime privacy bug that was highlighted last week.
Fighter jets shot down in air battle between Pakistan, India
India confirmed that one MiG-21 fighter jet was shot down in an "aerial engagement" with Pakistani forces on Wednesday morning. Ghafoor, the Pakistani military spokesman, said the strikes were aimed at "avoiding human loss and collateral damage".
Kelly pleads not guilty to sex abuse charges
In response to that possibility, Greenberg told reporters Friday after Kelly's arrest that "Double jeopardy should bar that case". Attorney Michael Avenatti says his legal team has turned over to prosecutors a second video that he alleges shows R&B singer R.
Liverpool's Van Dijk to miss Bayern clash
When *That* Champions League music hits! "We are modest, focused and have to give 100 percent in the next game". And I was hoping the fans would have been a bit louder - it was very quiet.
Tyson Fury lands UK£80m ESPN TV deal
I want the biggest fights - the Joshuas, the Wilders of the world and everybody else out there too. It's changed dramatically, so it's up to us now to sit down and get it over the line.
Lady Gaga and Fiance Christian Carino Break Up
"This relationship is different because Christian understands her on a more intimate level". "There's no long dramatic story". The couple's split was confirmed to United States celebrity magazine People by a representative for the singer.
Payless Shoe Stores Liquidating in 2019
Payless' online retail operations are already closed, though customers can still use the website's store locator app. According to the company, Payless employs more than 18,000 associates and has 3,600 stores worldwide.
Refugee 'medivac bill' passes Australia's lower house
In 2010, a boat of 90 asylum seekers - mostly from Iraq and Iran - sank off the island, killing 50 people on board. Medical evacuations have become a loophole in Australia's policy of exiling asylum seekers who arrive by boat.
17 killed in fire at Delhi's Karol Bagh hotel
Meanwhile, the vice-president of the Delhi Hotel Association Balan Mani told ANI that all fire norms were maintained in the hotel. There were 53 people in the 45-room budget hotel, which had a canopy on the terrace, housing what appeared to be a restaurant.
U.S. revokes Venezuelan lawmakers visas
The Venezuelan military has blocked the bridge where the aid is stationed and Maduro is refusing to allow it in. Mr Guaido said Venezuela's "sovereign and elected" National Assembly has the support of some 60 countries.