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.
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.