Juan Forero finally tosses us a bone in today’s New York Times…
SHE’S the Venezuelan government’s most detested adversary, a young woman with a quick wit and machine-gun-fast delivery who often appears in Washington or Madrid to denounce what she calls the erosion of democracy under President Hugo Chávez.
In a highly polarized country, María Corina Machado has emerged as perhaps the most divisive figure after Mr. Chávez, a woman who is either beloved or reviled.
I still wish he’d write something on institutional degradation, but hey, you take what you can get…Caracas Chronicles is 100% reader-supported. Support independent Venezuelan journalism by making a donation.