In this March 2 photo, Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press. A boycott of the presidential election race by Venezuela’s biggest opposition parties means that Falcón is by far the most prominent candidate vying to unseat socialist President Nicolás Maduro.
In this March 2 photo, Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press. A boycott of the presidential election race by Venezuela’s biggest opposition parties means that Falcón is by far the most prominent candidate vying to unseat socialist President Nicolás Maduro. Ariana Cubillos AP
In this March 2 photo, Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press. A boycott of the presidential election race by Venezuela’s biggest opposition parties means that Falcón is by far the most prominent candidate vying to unseat socialist President Nicolás Maduro. Ariana Cubillos AP