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The United States and about a dozen other countries recognised opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela on Wednesday, even as President Nicolas Maduro maintained his grip on the office.
Under ordinary principles of constitutional and international law, can one country simply declare that someone who manifestly isn't the president of the country actually is, and act accordingly?
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