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Earlier this week, a Venezuelan opposition coalition won a supermajority in the country’s legislative elections, weakening the Socialist Party that has ruled the country for nearly 16 years. On today’s episode, World Policy Journal contributor Christopher Reeve examines the economic factors that drove Venezuelans to vote against President Nicolás Maduro’s administration.
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