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'Missed his moment': opposition corruption scandal undermines Venezuela's Guaido

Reuters Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido's faltering efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro are facing a new challenge in the form of an influence-peddling scandal that has left disillusioned Venezuelans wondering if Guaido's moment has passed.
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