If local and international actors are working hard to end authoritarian rule in Venezuela, the country’s dictator is also fielding counter measures. An article by Democracy Digest raises the possibility of how Venezuela’s democracy could actually loose the battle against autocracy. Here is an excerpt:
How can Venezuela’s opposition overcome internal fissures to regain the path toward democratic restoration? The Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center asks (above). What will be the role of the United States and Europe in providing sustained support for democratic forces in Venezuela post-January 5? How can the international community support new strategies for a return to the Mexico City negotiations and beyond?
The Arsht Center’s infographic offers a retrospective at the interim government’s trajectory (above) since 2019 and identifies future opportunities (below).
Read the full article here for the charts.