Antonio Rivero

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In September of last year, with Venezuela in the throes of a humanitarian disaster, I met with Juan Guaidó in Miami to discuss the political situation in our country. In May, Nicolás Maduro was reelected president in an election that was condemned by much of the international community because of widespread allegations of fraud. At the time, I had great hopes that Guaidó, who was poised to become president of the National Assembly on Jan. 5, could then serve, according to the constitution, as interim president of the nation on Jan. 10 in the absence of a legitimately-elected leader.

While that has indeed come to pass — Guaidó took his oath of office on Jan.…  Seguir leyendo »