Many inhabitants of Caracas’ ’23 de enero’ ready to take on arms for Maduro

Despite the rising insecurity and the lack of basic goods in Venezuela, part of its society still backs Nicolas Maduro, including the poor neighbourhood “23 de enero”, a bastion of support for Hugo Chavez who lies in the hills of northwest Caracas. Pressure keeps raising in Venezuela, as the self-proclaimed president Juan Guaido successfully returned in Venezuela and called on new protests against Nicolas Maduro’s regime. FRANCE 24’s reporters went to “23 de enero”, a poor neighbourhood where inhabitants still mourn Hugo Chavez six years after his death and consider Nicolas Maduro as his legitimate heir.