Only Venezuela can solve its problems – meddling by outsiders isn’t the solution

Politics The Guardian

The whole world waded in after Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president, but the global tug-of-war is dangerous and unhelpful All crises are global, all solutions are local – and Venezuela is the latest case in point. No sooner had the young pretender, Juan Guaidó, declared himself interim president last month , ostensibly supplanting the corrupt old revolutionary, Nicolás Maduro, than the world piled in. The Trump administration insisted all countries must “pick a side” and back the “forces of freedom”. Russia denounced a US-backed “coup”. China, Latin American neighbours, Britain and …

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