Leopoldo López: Venezuela Needs Unity at Home and Abroad

By Leopoldo López

“Venezuelan democrats have an obligation to reunify,” writes a leader in exile.

MADRID - More than 6.5 million Venezuelans have already fled the misery in our country, and the United Nations projects that there will be more than 8 million displaced by the end of this year, amplifying the humanitarian emergency throughout the continent and making Nicolás Maduro's dictatorship a serious threat to the stability of the hemisphere. The regime has triggered what is currently the second-largest — and may soon become the largest — migration crisis in the world. After a complex year, the path to achieving freedom for Venezuela begins with reuniting those among us who are...

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