While in a lesser scale than the chavista Twitter “tropa,” the hardcore anti-Chávez movement built a political space on social media using techniques common to antidemocratic forces
Tag: Venezuelan Opposition
Out of the Legislative Palace and out of virtually every kind of power space, the parties that still resist chavista rule announced a fresh umbrella organization to fight for legitimate elections
Juan Guaidó’s project for democracy keeps facing dire hurdles; one of them is the secrecy around certain events which have undone so much of the goodwill it has struggled to get
The Russian politician, who survived a poisoning attempt last summer, has just returned to Russia, knowingly facing imminent imprisonment. He can be seen from afar as some kind of Guaidó, but his path and methods are different
Once again, the adversaries of chavismo face a crossroads: do they take part in the announced illegal parliamentary elections, a trap, or do they just stay aside and wait for a miracle? But things aren’t exactly as they seem
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