While Maduro was being illegitimately “sworn in” as the “President” of Venezuela for the next six years, a majority of OAS member states officially refused to recognize the legitimacy of his new term. What does it mean?
This week, a group of chavistas attacked María Corina Machado and her team in Bolívar State. We know that nothing scares chavistas more than a brilliant, courageous, educated woman who threatens to overthrow a dictatorship with conviction and the power of her ideas of prosperity, peace, democracy and a better future for Venezuelans.
The debate over whether to openly call what is happening in Venezuela a “crisis” seems to be maturing. Even the Venezuelan government, albeit timidly, is starting to recognize it as one: They did so a couple of weeks ago in Washington, DC.
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