Maduro's new crackdown could be ending the traditional type of opposition politics, consolidating his regime and making the need for a new type of opposition more urgent.
Tag: Venezuelan Opposition
While valuable public art is falling apart, Caracas mayors install cartoon sculptures to image-wash their governments.
Maria Corina Machado and her allies must prepare for scenarios where Maduro sets up uncompetitive elections and the Biden administration doesn’t fully retaliate. The White House is eyeing a working relationship with Miraflores, whoever governs beyond 2024
The rump version of one Venezuela’s oldest parties, the Catholic-influenced Copei, just established an alliance with an evangelical party to oppose abortion, sex-ed and gay marriage. Will Christian conservatism grow within the opposition too?
Isolated cases of violence from colectivos, rainstorms, baseless fraud accusations from a rogue candidate and censorship didn’t avoid María Corina Machado from winning the Venezuelan opposition primaries
NGOs and parties around the world came together to organize an election for hundreds of thousands of dispersed Venezuelan voters
On Wednesday, October 18th, the Biden administration lifted a critical bundle of economic measures against state-owned companies. Here’s what we know and what they mean
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