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Venezuelans are still demonstrating. What happens next for the dictatorship of President Nicolás Maduro?

On Wednesday, tens of thousands of Venezuelans protested the country’s worsening economic crisis — and the president behind it. The response of President Nicolás Maduro to one of Latin America’s worst episodes of political unrest in decades has been to clamp down. The government suspended elections, dissolved the opposition-controlled legislature and arrested scores of protesters.
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