From Power Struggles to Unity: The Opposition’s Plan to Challenge Maduro in 2024

In Analysis by Michael Rae

Venezuela’s opposition has been seriously weakened in the last few months. Part of the reason is that Nicolás Maduro’s brutal dictatorship has survived every attempt to topple it with support from Cuba, Russia, Iran, and to some extent China. But some responsibility lies with the leaders of the opposition themselves, who have devoted an inordinate amount of time to internecine power struggles and, in some cases, engaged in acts of corruption that have tarnished its image.
As the head of a National Assembly in which the opposition held the majority after the parliamentary elections of 2015, Juan Guaidó was recognized

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