In 2019, Juan Guiado became the face of Venezuela’s opposition movement. He used a loophole in the country’s constitution to declare himself president and promised to oust President Nicolas Maduro and a transition to free and fair elections.
More than 50 countries pledged their money and support, but a year later, Guaido has yet to deliver on either promise, and his movement has struggled to maintain momentum.
VICE News followed three opposition supporters through the first anti-government protest of 2020 to see if Juan Guiado can breathe life into a flagging movement.
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