Amid a pandemic and ongoing food shortages, politics isn’t exactly the top priority for many Venezuelans. But fresh divisions within the country’s opposition are likely to have significant repercussions on how the coalition engages with the Nicolás Maduro regime. On this week’s podcast, AQ’s Brian Winter spoke to The Washington Post’s Ana Vanessa Herrero about the opposition’s changing dynamics and diverging plans.
Ana Vanessa Herrero is a reporter for The Washington Post based in Caracas, Venezuela.
Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.
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