Nicolas Maduro.
Here's a timeline of the country's Crisis since last year:
May 2018: Nicolas Maduro, who has been president since 2013 and has been in economic decline for several years, secures another six-year team after winning the election and denounced it as a sham by the opposition and the international community.
August 2018: Several drones armed with an explosive military parade in an apparent assassination attempt against Maduro.
January 2019: Two weeks after Maduro is sworn in, Guaido declares himself the interim president of amid anti-government protests. The Trump administration recognizes Guaido as president ̵
February 2019: Maduro's government announces that it does not accept much-needed foreign aid and intends to reroute food and supply shipments to Colombia instead. He later breaks off diplomatic relations with Colombia as the escalates over the aid on the border.
March 2019: A power outage leaves more than 70% of the country without power at one point, and rolling power outages plague the country for days. Separately, the US announces withdraws all remaining diplomatic personnel from its embassy in Caracas, and slaps sanctions on some members of Maduro's government.
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