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Venezuela and Democracy

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Via C-SPAN, A panel discussion on Venezuela and the prospect of democracy returning to that country that includes among other distinguished panelists, our good friend Marc Wachtenheim and Ambassador Otto Reich:

Watch the video HERE.

Venezuela and Democracy

Venezuelan officials talked ongoing anti-government protests in the country, including the ousting of three U.S. diplomats, and discussed the prospects for democracy there.?Former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela Otto Reich criticized the Obama administration for not taking a strong stand against the government.

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