Venezuelan opposition banking on protests, military backing

A man walks with a couple loaves of bread past a mural of Venezuela's late former president Hugo Chavez, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019

A man walks with a couple loaves of bread past a mural of Venezuela's late former president Hugo Chavez, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019

Members of the Bolivarian Militia hold a poster during a pro-government demonstration in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. Nearly three week

Members of the Bolivarian Militia hold a poster during a pro-government demonstration in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. Nearly three week

Members of Venezuela's Communist Youth hold red flags during a pro-government demonstration in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. Nearly thre

Members of Venezuela's Communist Youth hold red flags during a pro-government demonstration in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. Nearly thre

Pro-government university students stands next to a mural with the images of Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez and President Nicolas Maduro durin

Pro-government university students stands next to a mural with the images of Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez and President Nicolas Maduro durin

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's opposition is calling supporters into the streets across the country in a campaign to break the military's support of President Nicolas Maduro.

Tuesday's demonstrations come after more than a month of pressure led by opposition lawmaker Juan Guaido, while Maduro remains firmly in power and at the military's helm.

Guaido in January declared presidential powers, calling on soldiers to reject Maduro and back a return to democracy.

He's drawn masses into the streets for past protests.

The struggle now centers on emergency food and medicine from the United States warehoused on the Colombian border town of Cucuta.

Maduro says it's part of a U.S.-led coup and won't let it across the border.

He's also calling on his own loyalists to take the streets.