Guaido Returns to Venezuela Amid Uncertain Political Future
Following a week-long tour of Latin American countries to shore up support for his anti-government movement, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó was allowed back into the country yesterday with no legal trouble. But while he was greeted by jubilant crowds in Caracas, he now faces the prospect of maintaining momentum against an apparently resilient President Nicolás Maduro.
Why wasn’t Guaidó arrested? Some believe Maduro is wary of provoking further protests — and more international ire — by going after his opponent, suggesting that negotiations may be possible.