Venezuelans will head to the polls on November 21 for regional and local “mega-elections.” This election, the 27th since Chávez came to power, marks the first time since 2015 that Chavismo will face most of the opposition. In the latest episode of our podcast, we take stock of the political landscape ahead of these pivotal contests.
Host José Luis Granados Ceja talks to fellow VA writer Paul Dobson about the different political forces vying in these elections and some of the main issues at play in the campaign. Likewise featured is Venezuelan writer and theorist Reinaldo Iturriza, who analyzes the “disaffiliation” that has taken over politics and how Chavismo can revitalize its grassroots.
Visit venezuelanalysis.com or follow us on social media to catch all our election coverage as well as news and analysis on all developments in the country. To support our podcast, consider subscribing to Patreon. You can also find this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favorite player.
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