Rather than a sunny, uplifting campaign message, Henri Falcón, the main opposition candidate in Venezuela's May 20 presidential election, has settled on the more blunt "¡Se va!" That's Spanish for: "He's leaving!" The phrase refers to Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela's increasingly authoritarian president, who is seeking another six-year term despite leading Venezuela into its worst economic crisis in modern times. Amid hyperinflation, food and medicine shortages, and the mass emigration of Venezuelans, Falcón claims the only path to progress is for voters to give the boot to Maduro. "People work for a month but don't earn enough to buy a carton of eggs," Falcón tells supporters during a campaign trip to Valencia, an industrial city west of the capital....
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