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Why Venezuela’s ‘Two Presidents’ Are Ready to Talk


Maduro, 58, a former bus driver and foreign affairs minister, rose through the Socialist Party ranks and won a special presidential election after his mentor, the firebrand Hugo Chavez, died in 2013. In 2018, with the economy already slumping, Maduro was re-elected in a vote opposition leaders said was fraudulent. In January 2019, Guaido, 38, proclaimed himself interim president, saying that Venezuela’s constitution allowed him to take that step as head of the National Assembly, which he called the country’s last democratically elected body.

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