A fraudulent election means even more problems for Venezuela

Venezuela's re-elected President Nicolas Maduro greats to supporters next to his wife Cilia Flores as he leaves after receiving a certificate confirming him as winner of Sunday's election at the National Electoral Council (CNE) in Caracas, Venezuela May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins - RC1A504B6CA0

David M. Rubenstein Fellow Dany Bahar describes the recent fraudulent election in Venezuela, as well as the current state of the economic and humanitarian crisis there.

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