Juan Guaidó’s biggest asset, a humble personality, helped unite a fragmented opposition in Venezuela

Juan Guaidó

The president of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, declared himself as the interim president on Jan. 23, 2019, before thousands of cheering supporters.

When I interviewed him last week, what surprised me the most about Venezuela’s National Assembly President Juan Guaidó — who Wednesday was recognized by the United States and most Western democracies as Venezuela’s legitimate leader — were his unassuming personality and his limited political ambitions.

Those may be Guaidó’s biggest assets, because they have helped unite Venezuela’s opposition — until recently fragmented — behind him…..

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