Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido march in Pedro Maria Urena, Venezuela, on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. Professor Evelyne Huber of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill spoke about the possibility of civil unrest in Latin American counties.

Latin Americans Expect Improvement, But Reality May Not Be As Desirable, Political Scientist Says

Over the past two decades, the underprivileged populations of Latin America have been waiting and organizing for representation under electoral democracy, according to Prof. Evelyne Huber, political science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Now, at a critical juncture in regional and international politics, that waiting may come to a head.