Venezuela is experiencing a political-economic crisis that intensified in January after the US-backed opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, proclaimed himself president in charge. However, now his popularity is declining and the opposition, which opted for a rapid change of power, is losing ground. On July 25, the US Department of the Treasury announced new sanctions against people and companies allegedly linked to the importation of food. The list published on the Treasury Department website includes 10 people, including children of the first lady, Cilia Flores.
Source: Right-wing opposition losing ground in Venezuela as popularity of US puppet Guaidó sinks