Weekly Report - 10 March 2016 (WR-16-10)

VENEZUELA: Opposition divided on bid to remove Maduro

Apparently unable to agree upon a single strategy, Venezuela’s fissiparous opposition coalition, Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD), has unveiled a multi-pronged campaign to push for the constitutional removal of President Nicolás Maduro. “Venezuela is…more clear [than ever] on the absolute need to get rid of this government. Our hands will not tremble”, declared the MUD’s executive secretary, Jesús ‘Chuo’ Torrealba. Not trembling either was Maduro, who remained serene throughout, confident in the ability of the supreme court (TSJ) and the national electoral council (CNE) to block any of these efforts.

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