On the seashores round Caracas, Venezuelans divided.
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On the seashores close to Caracas, frequented by the inhabitants of the marginal neighborhoods of the capital, our particular envoys met the phrase of the Venezuelans whose coronary heart was rocking between President Nicolás Maduro and his rival Juan Guaido.
It's celebration time and carnival in Venezuela. The seashores are crowded on the outskirts of the capital, Caracas, the place our particular envoys Karim Yahiaoui, Catherine Norris Trent and Abdallah Malkawi met.
That is the place the slum dwellers are used to coming and having time. However behind this obvious leisure, the political disaster continues to be brewing. Even on the seaside, the nation appears extra divided than ever between, on the one hand, the president's supporters Nicolas mature, and then again these of Juan guaido, who was proclaimed performing president on January 23.
"I help Juan Guaido and I believe what he does is superb," says a mom who got here along with her younger youngsters, whereas a municipal worker sees him as an "imposter."
Lastly, if the nation is polarized, some return to help the Venezuelan president. and the self-proclaimed president.