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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is expected to lay out his plans to turn around the oil-rich nation's struggling economy, in a speech in Caracas.
He was sworn in for a second six-year term on Thursday.
Under his leadership, Venezuela's economy has struggled, with public infrastructure suffering from a lack of funding and resources.
The Lima Group of Latin American countries, which includes Brazil and Argentina, has urged Maduro to step down.
Isaias Medina, a former Venezuelan diplomat who resigned his post at the United Nations over what he considered grave human rights violations committed by Maduro's government, talks to Al Jazeera about the country's economic crisis.
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