It started with a split from AD and a regional party that built a national presence. Now, the return of Manuel Rosales is a symbol of Zulianos’ resilience and big hopes
On the afternoon of Sunday March 10th, on Day 4 of the nationwide blackout, looting started in Venezuela’s second city. More than 500 businesses were looted. But the Maduro-loyal governor, a kind of Rodrigo Duterte, seems to be OK with that.
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