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Why January 10 Could Spark (Another) Crisis in Venezuela

January 07, 2019

When Nicolás Maduro begins another six-year term on Thursday, politics in the crisis-stricken country will get even more complicated. On Jan. 4, the Lima Group announced they would only recognize the country’s National Assembly as a legitimately elected body and called for the OAS to follow suit. 

“On Jan. 10, the clock starts ticking on a full-fledged accountability crisis in Venezuela,” said Luisa Palacios, the head of Emerging Markets research at Medley Global Advisors. 

The group includes the governments of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala...

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