Venezuela may be facing further economic obstacles as the U.S. secretary of state calls for its suspension from the Organization of American States. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro faced widespread criticism for holding elections in his country early. By putting his opponents on their heels, Maduro last month secured another six-year term in an election his global critics called a sham. Already under increased pressure from economic sanctions, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a call Monday for Venezuela’s suspension from the OAS because of “an unconstitutional interruption in democratic order.” “In addition to suspension, I call on fellow member-states to apply additional pressure on the Maduro regime, including sanctions and further diplomatic isolation, until such time as it undertakes the actions necessary […]