RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Venezuelan dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro seems to have reached a state of definition. This regime, as we have known it until now, has most probably not much time left.
Sooner rather than later, Maduro will be forced to abandon power and perhaps leave the rich country in search of shelter abroad, trying to escape prosecution and investigations for human rights violations and extradition requests.
His accomplices will need to flee with him, as well as the leadership that encouraged torture, persecution, and murder, an organization that was also devoted to draining one of the . . .