Guaido supporters attend a rally in Caracas on Friday [Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters]

Caracas, Venezuela – Supporters and opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro are once again pouring into the streets of Caracas, the latest rival rallies to be held in the capital amid a protracted political crisis and rising anger over blackouts that have left millions without electricity and water

Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed interim president and leader of the National Assembly, has accused  asked the opposition supporters not to get used to living in “darkness” while blaming high-level corruption and mismanagement under Maduro for the the electricity outages.  

Guaido has also held the government responsible for a mass exodus of people from the oil-rich country – according to United Nations estimates, around three million of Venezuelans have

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