Americas Can new leader jumpstart Venezuela's struggling opposition?

Jesús Torrealba heads a coalition of political parties opposed to the socialist government of Nicolás Maduro. His challenge is to reunite the fractured group and appeal to the country's poor who make up the bulk of votes. 

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The streets of Caracas are back to normal just six months after the biggest anti-government protests in over a decade. Tens of thousands of demonstrators angered by a listing economy and soaring crime spent weeks marching, burning tires, and calling for a change of leadership.