For more than a decade, Venezuela's former president Hugo Chavez led a popular, socialist-inspired movement that transformed the country.

But four years after his death, it's in the grip of a political and economic crisis.

And, as a government plan to rewrite the constitution gathers pace, a growing number of Chavez supporters are turning on his successor.

Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Caracas.

Latin America, Venezuela, Politics