Players and strategies in Venezuela's political crisis

The new president of the National Assembly Henry Ramos Allup (C) chats with journalists before a press conference in CaracasVenezuela plunged into a confusing political deadlock this week. The opposition took control of the country’s legislature but the government vowed to block its reforms. After 17 years in control, President Nicolas Maduro’s socialist PSUV party has lost the National Assembly legislature to the center-right opposition, which is vowing to get rid of him and reform the economy.

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