Putting aside years of harassment and humiliation, Venezuela’s most important business chamber brought in a key Maduro ally to its annual meeting. But this “whatever we can get” approach brings its own problems
Some say the Guaidó episode has changed nothing. They have it wrong. Virtually overnight, the opposition’s spirits have been restored.
We thought it’d be easier to get rid of him because “Maduro is no Chávez” and yet, five years later, there he is. “How’s he still there?” is the question on everyone's mind. The answer is painfully obvious.
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