How Venezuelan opposition envisions ousting Maduro
Clip: 04/30/2019 | 5m 55s
Although anti-Maduro protests exploded on the streets of Caracas Tuesday, by nightfall it was unclear if the Venezuelan military had heeded opposition leader Juan Guaido’s call to abandon President Maduro. William Brangham talks to Carlos Vecchio, U.S. representative of Venezuela’s opposition, about why he believes increasing the pressure on Maduro through a three-pronged approach will succeed.
Aired: 04/30/19Video has closed captioning.
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