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Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaido Losing Washington’s Support

Former Venezuelan National Assembly president and opposition leader Juan Guaido speaks during a press conference in Caracas, on August 12, 2022MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The United States will not interfere in the struggle for leadership within the Venezuelan opposition as current opposition leader Juan Guaido’s support among political parties eroded in recent months, the Miami Herald newspaper reported, citing a White House source.This decision will be another blow to Guaido, who enjoyed Washington’s support in the period when he led an opposition uprising but has since lost influence amid the growing power of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the newspaper said.AmericasVenezuela’s Opposition Dropping Guaidó’s ‘Government’ in 202325 October, 03:33 GMTLast week, US media reported that the Venezuelan opposition, at a meeting with representatives of the US State Department, said that it would not support the “interim government” of Guaido. The Venezuela opposition is also considering distancing itself from Guaido, and the White House will not oppose this effort, reports suggested.


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