Venezuela's opposition leader denies sabotaging country's electrical system

Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó has dismissed allegations that he has sabotaged the country's electrical system.
Venezuela's President Nicholas Maduro blamed the blackouts on sabotage by the United States and its allies in the Spanish-speaking country.
But analysts and experts in electrical production have said they were likely caused by poor maintenance and the inability to keep skilled workers.
Mr. Guaidó told the BBC's Will Grant he had the backing of the people and would continue to push for genuinely free elections.

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