Bachelet and the end of impunity

First of all, I would like to thank the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, former president Michelle Bachelet, for having visited our country and for having received the reports of human rights violations: cases of persecution, exile, imprisonment, kidnapping, and torture for political reasons, as well as cases

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The shipwreck of the poor

The Caribbean Sea has turned into the graveyard of the poorest Venezuelans, those that try to desperately flee the tragedy going on in the Homeland. Gone are the days of the heroic people that crossed the sea, over 200 years ago, between Haiti, the Keys, Cartagena, Jamaica, Chacachacare, and the

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Maduro’s economy: An unequivocal failure

In recent days, and in a rather surprising way, the BCV (Central Bank of Venezuela) issued, for the first time in four years, some figures regarding the behavior of the Venezuelan economy. Such figures, issued after a careful and thorough tweaking and massaging process; however, they could not hide the

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The ruin of PDVSA

The ruin and destruction of PDVSA has been one of the greatest crimes of Maduro’s government against the country. The collapse of the company has been followed by the surrender of the “Full Oil Sovereignty Plan” and the subsequent collapse of the national economy, as well as the provision of

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The Patriotic Junta: A necessary discussion

Little by Little, a new space for discussion seems to be opening, but it is still a muted, shy one, surrounded by the insults of intolerance and the eroding impact of powerful factors and interests at stake. The vast majority of the country needs and deserves to see a debate

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Rafael Ramirez - Articulos - Junta Patriótica de Gobierno

Patriotic Government Junta

The country’s situation is totally untenable and morally unacceptable. The collapse of the economy, the destruction of our public companies and our productive and work capacities are clear evidence of an unprecedented and profound crisis. This, in addition to the decline in all social and human indicators, the rise in

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Another adventure

NO SURPRISES, MANY DOUBTS, AND SOME QUESTIONS Maduro’s government has not only plunged the country into the worst crisis in its history, but it has also closed any political gateway to rectify its errors or to allow the people to express themselves through the different avenues provided in our Constitution.

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Inquisition 2.0

The two-time President of Peru, Alan García, committed suicide on 17 April by shooting himself in the head, dramatically bringing to an end the harassment campaign against him led by prosecutors and magistrates. García was an important Peruvian political leader, head of the APRA party and former president, much admired

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