Even before Venezuela’s opposition party claimed the majority of seats Sunday in the National Assembly, the scuttlebutt among social science experts was that perhaps the end of Latin America’s so-called “left turn” was at hand.

South Florida attorneys dealing with Latin America say they see the overall trend toward the political and economic right as well, and over time it may affect the flight capital that heads to Miami.

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