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Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro take part in a protest against the Organization of American States (OAS) and its Secretary General Luis Almagro, in Caracas, on June 01, 2016. 
As part of an escalating war of words, Maduro on the eve told the head of the Washington-based organization to "shove it." The verbal barrage came after Almagro called for an urgent meeting on the Venezuelan crisis, warning democracy was at risk in the country.
 / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT        (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)
Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro take part in a protest against the Organization of American States (OAS) and its Secretary General Luis Almagro, in Caracas, on June 01, 2016. 
As part of an escalating war of words, Maduro on the eve told the head of the Washington-based organization to "shove it." The verbal barrage came after Almagro called for an urgent meeting on the Venezuelan crisis, warning democracy was at risk in the country.
 / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT        (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

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El politólogo José Rafael Mendoza consultó varios análisis que consideran "imposible" la activación de la Carta Democrática porque "en Venezuela no hay una ruptura del orden constitucional, lo que hay es una enorme pugna de poderes a nivel institucional".

¿Puede Venezuela resolver su crisis política de manera interna?

El politólogo José Rafael Mendoza consultó varios análisis que consideran "imposible" la activación de la Carta Democrática porque "en Venezuela no hay una ruptura del orden constitucional, lo que hay es una enorme pugna de poderes a nivel institucional".