BACKGROUND - Venezuela's Military and the nation's political crisis
It's been over four months since Juan Guaido declared himself interim Venezuelan president, pouring oil on the long smouldering embers of the South American nation's political and economic crisis. While Guaido garnered broad international recognition, he's failed to find wide support at home outside Venezuela's traditional opposition - particularly with the military which has long bolstered beleaguered incumbent Nicolas Maduro. Certainly there've been a spate of defections from the army, but nothing like enough in terms of the support Guaido truly needs, and we now ask the question - why? Luke Shrago has this report.