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No military intervention in Venezuela
« on: March 10, 2019, 06:56:28 AM »
No military intervention in Venezuela

Express-News Editorial Board Published 12:00 am CST, Sunday, March 10, 2019

President Nicolas Maduro during a visit to an industry in an event to boost the basic businesses in Guayana, Venezuela on Wednesday. The U.S. must cast opposition to Maduro as about concern for the Venezuelan people, not about ideology.

Its army holds the key for whether Nicolás Maduro can be compelled to loosen his iron grip on Venezuela, a nation that was once among the wealthiest in Latin America but now suffers from runaway inflation and an oppressive government that kills its own and denies them the international aid they desperately need amid deprivation and lack of medicine.

But their army, not ours.

That said, the U.S. response to this crisis, in its most meaningful form, has been constructive, even if there have been excesses that have the potential for achieving the opposite of what needs to happen.
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