Humanitarian aid may finally be on its way, thanks to a request from Caretaker President Juan Guaidó, but the politics surrounding poses clear risks.
In Cotiza this morning we saw, on a small scale, elements of all three things the regime fears most: military rebellion, political mobilization, and protests in working class areas.
Venezuelan military and police forces have become the worst type of authority: bullies with a badge. The government loves them, but society resents them.
To celebrate the beginning of chavismo amidst the collapse it has brought upon us seems cruel, but why would that stop them?
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