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Meltdown in Venezuela: Crisis becomes campaign issue in Spain (part 2)

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How to stop the spiral in Venezuela? Former leaders from Spain, Panama and the Dominican Republic are having a go this Wednesday at mediating a break in the impasse. It's a tall order. Food riots, runaway inflation, and power outages have escalated as services and infrastructure have collapsed. Meanwhile the government's been focusing on its own political survival as voters line up to recall president Maduro.

Added on the 21/06/2016 20:07:18 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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