This January 5 begins a new period in Venezuela National Assembly, and it seems Juan Guaido will be reelected as Parliament President by this 2020, which means that he can continue as president in charge of the country.
However, it has not been an easy path and, even if the cards are on the table, nothing is writing in stone.
A few months ago, the political unit was questioned as well as the support to Guaido and his re-election. Denounces of corruption inside the opposition and questions about not achieving the three goals: Cessation of usurpation, the transitional government, and free elections are part of the arguments from some people to put the distance.
Denounces against several deputies accused to been involved in a scheme to clean people’s reputation investigated for illegals activities with Nicolas Maduro increases those doubts.
Even when is there a statute of the Transition, the re-election of Guaido also involves going over the governance agreement that opposition signed in December 2015 that includes the rotation of power charge in parliament during the five years when the opposition would be a majority.
The events of 2018, with unrecognized presidential elections, changed the whole picture.
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