The house that Hugo Chavez built is crumbling and the people have had enough to overcome the security power of the socialist state he built to intimidate them:
Venezuela's opposition rejoiced Monday after its shock triumph in legislative elections and waited anxiously for the final tally to see whether it secured a two-thirds supermajority that could dramatically wrest power from President Nicolas Maduro after 17 years of socialist rule.
I know. It's hard to imagine that the system this man built to run an oil-rich country could go off the rails so badly.
There is a lot of damage to undo. And Maduro still holds the presidency, so the socialists have the chance to block reform and create new problems.
Or just go full dictatorship route.