The problem with VENEZUELA - VisualPolitik EN
Several countries have already recognizes Guaido’s legitimacy to hold the interim presidency. That includes America, Canada, and European Union. And Maduro’s regime claims this is a coup d’etat supported by Trump. But… is it, really? Can Guaido defeat Maduro’s regime without the support of the army? Is it so easy to end with a dictatorship?
In this video we will try to answer to all of these questions.
Other videos at VisualPolitik:
Why is Venezuela a catastrophy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SP2cXoeOxY&t=163s
3 scenarios for Venezuela’s future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw_D3sAWWdg&t=297s
When Venezuela was the envy of Latin America: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_txD5RvDMU&t=417s
Venezuela’s Constitution https://www.oas.org/juridico/mla/sp/v...
American oil imports by country of origin: https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/i...
Video where a Venezuelan army oficial supports Guaido: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xV_NAhrIXM
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Once the richest nation in Latin America, Venezuela is now a broken economy enveloped in crime, corruption and hyperinflation. The downfall of Venezuela serves as a modern-day macro tragedy. To tell the story of the Venezuelan crisis, Brian Price works alongside legendary investor Jay Newman to produce a ground-breaking documentary that captures the contrast between millions of starving Venezuelans and the government officials who continue to thrive. Real Vision also explains how a surplus of commodities, from oil and gas to cocoa and coffee, have been squandered under the rule of former President Hugo Chavez and current President Nicolas Maduro. However, despite the dire state of affairs, hope comes in the form of potential outside investments once economic sanctions are lifted. Filmed in 2018 in New York and Caracas, Venezuela.
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