Tuesday December 12, 2017
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BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee WI | 12/10/17
An understanding of Bolivarian Venezuela is critical for revolutionaries in the U.S.
BY staff | Venezuela | 11/04/17
On Oct. 31, the leaders of the reactionary opposition announced that their parties will boycott the upcoming municipal elections and will expel any of their members that register to run or vote.
BY staff | Venezuela | 11/03/17
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Oct. 31 article from Tribuna Popular, the newspaper of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV). The article was translated by Fight Back! staff.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 10/30/17
On Oct. 28 and 29, the 7th National Meeting of Revolutionary Organizations was held in Caracas, an effort by Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist People’s Unity (UPRA) to build unity among the Bolivarian revolutionary organizations.
BY Communist Party of Venezuela | Venezuela | 10/22/17
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Oct. 20 statement from the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV). The article was translated by the staff of Fight Back!
BY staff | Venezuela | 10/16/17
In the Oct. 15 regional elections, Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution secured a major victory against the far-right opposition, winning 17 out of 23 governor seats - with one still undecided.
BY Communist Party of Venezuela | Venezuela | 10/10/17
The Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) will activate the electoral final dash until Oct. 12 - when the campaign for regional elections will end - in order to guarantee the victory of revolutionary candidates.
BY staff | Venezuela | 9/24/17
Fight Back News service is circulating the following Sept. 19 article from Tribuna Popular, a publication of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV). The article was translated by the staff of Fight Back!
BY Tribuna Popular | Venezuela | 9/05/17
Fight Back News service is circulating the following August 31 article from Tribuna Popular, a publication of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV). The article was translated by the staff of Fight Back!
BY staff | Venezuela | 9/04/17
The Venezuelan political situation has reached a new level of confrontation; not because the hegemonic forces within the Bolivarian process wanted it, but because the plans for a coup d’etat - which have existed since the very beginning of the process - have intensified in recent months.
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