The rise of Juan Guaido, the face of change in Venezuela

He’s only 35 years old but, for those who dream of seeing President Nicolas Maduro go, Guaido is the “Yes We Can“ man.

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    The opposition's self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido is not showing any signs of backing down.

    A remarkable turn of events, considering that most Venezuelans had barely heard of Guaido until the opposition-controlled National Assembly proclaimed him Venezuela’s interim president.

     

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports on how he became the face of change in Venezuela.


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