Venezuela’s economy is in freefall despite the country having the largest known oil reserves in the world. President Maduro's opponents say he and his predecessor facilitated a corrupt system whereby wealthy elites benefit at the expense of most Venezuelans. We take you to meet residents in the January 23rd neighbourhood in Caracas, a stronghold of the late Hugo Chavez. But residents have watched with disappointment as their daily lives have become a constant struggle. Claire Paccalin reports.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Gaëlle Essoo.