Ten questions for Venezuela’s president

Dear President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro,

Since I have repeatedly requested an interview with you, but have never received an answer, I respectfully submit 10 questions to you in hopes that you would be so kind as to respond to them in writing, if that’s your preference.

I understand that you are very busy, but I have interviewed most Latin American presidents, as well as President Barack Obama, and would very much appreciate if you could help clarify some key issues surrounding the political violence that is rocking your country, as well as last week’s arrest of opposition leader Leopoldo López.

1. If, as you say, Venezuela is at peace and “here we are working, studying,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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