Leopoldo López is a smart, visionary guy.
Maria Corina Machado is fearless, eloquent, a political megastar.
Henrique Capriles has great name recognition, and he is a master at building consensus.
It’s too bad we can’t have someone who combines all three features.
I thought about this as I learned the latest development in the tentative steps toward a Constitutional Assembly: Lara Governor Henry Falcón has shot down the idea, saying he does not support it, that it’s not the way, that it’s a “mistake.” “A majority in the National Assembly,” says Falcón, “will allow us to produce the changes that we wish to see in the country.”
Never mind that Falcón is dead wrong about this (a majority in the National Assembly? It will accomplish diddly squat if the Supreme Tribunal shuts it down) – how on Earth did López and Machado not ensure that Falcón was…
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