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This article examines the issue of democratic deterioration by revisiting the Venezuelan case (1974-1998). Using sequence elaboration and alternative case-focused theories, it tests and confirms the hypothesis that presidential partyarchy was the main contextual explanatory factor behind the crisis that led to Venezuela's democratic deterioration. Building on elite conflict theory, it also aims to integrate previous stud-ies' insights and better explain the timing of factors to illustrate howfatcat:sqx3gx7hsjb5zm4si5pwxfzhfm