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What Venezuela’s Henrique Capriles Really Wants

October 02, 2020

CARACAS ­– Henrique Capriles Radonski was once the undisputed face of Venezuela's opposition He was a key figure in the 2002 oil strike, mayor of an affluent Caracas suburb, governor of one of the country's most populous states, and twice a presidential candidate – losing to Nicolás Maduro in the 2013 election by just 149% of the vote But in the last seven years Capriles, 48, has found himself increasingly far from the opposition spotlight His calls to "turn the page" after the 2013 race, which appeared clearly to have been rigged in favor of the government, lost him political and...

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