Guaidó challenges Maduro to advance presidential elections in Venezuela

Guaidó's main effort is focused on the presidential election, scheduled for 2024, to move forward as part of the dialogue that started two weeks ago in Mexico, with the mediation of Norway.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Juan Guaidó does not doubt that the opposition he leads in Venezuela would sweep an eventual election against President Nicolás Maduro. He is leading his efforts in the negotiation process in Mexico: to measure himself against Maduro as soon as possible.

Guaidó, 38, is recognized as president in charge of Venezuela by fifty countries, including the United States..

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