On the other hand, as is derived from the experience in other countries and even from the Venezuelan case itself, economic sanctions have exacerbated the crisis, have made the poor sectors more dependent on the government mobile phone number list and could help to strengthen pro-government political loyalty. of these sectors and demobilize them. Additionally, they provide an excuse for the government not to assume its responsibility in the crisis mobile phone number list and, as we will see later, they have not produced the political changes desired by the opposition.
Guaidó's proposal for a "political mobile phone number list transition" by proclaiming himself as "in charge" president contained three basic conditions: "cessation of the usurpation, transitional government and free elections." This proposal mobile phone number list revived the mobile phone number list opposition's hopes for political change. However, these expectations were not met, so that at the beginning of this new decade there was a significant decline in Guaidó's political leadership.
In addition, it was not possible to mobile phone number list repeat the massive opposition mobilizations of the first half of last year, either because of the risk of increasing police repression, because the opposition has weakened and divided, because of the fatigue of not obtaining the expected results or because the focus of most of the population is set on mobile phone number list survival. The Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict (OVCS ) highlighted that by February of this year the protests had decreased by 51% compared to the same date last year.