Does Venezuela's opposition have any legitimacy left? | Inside Story

Many say Venezuela's parliamentary election was over before it even began.
The opposition boycotted Sunday's vote, calling it a sham.
President Nicolas Maduro says he's regained the National Assembly, the last institution controlled by his opponent Juan Guaido.
Despite support from the U.S. and more than 50 nations, Guaido has failed to unseat Maduro.
So does he and Venezuela's opposition movement have any legitimacy left?

Presenter: Imran Khan

Paul Dobson - analyst,

Vanessa Neumann - Former Official Representative for Juan Guaido to the United Kingdom and Ireland

Eric Farnsworth - Vice President, Council of the Americas

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