After the presidential elections of 2018 something has been cooking in the Venezuelan political scene. Many parties -local and international- didn’t recognize its results. Nicolas Maduro won the majority of the votes of a process that was announced by the Constitutional Assembly, an organism that ironically isn’t contemplated in the Constitution. This is why the president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, swore himself Interim President of Venezuela with the sole intention of calling real elections. Now, the country has two leaders.