Venezuela’s Opposition Strategy in Presidential Election Is to 'Have it Both Ways'

Professor Tinker-Salas says Venezuela's right-wing opposition seeks to delegitimize the country's upcoming May 20 elections not because the conditions are unfair but because they might lose. 

By Miguel Tinker Salas – The Real News
This coming Sunday is Venezuela’s presidential election, which was moved up by several months. A large part of the opposition is boycotting the vote, but a serious challenger is in the running against Maduro. The Real News speaks to Venezuela expert Miguel Tinker-Salas.