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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.
BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee, WI | 4/01/17
On March 29, the Venezuelan Supreme Court stripped the National Assembly of its authority and took over legislative responsibilities for the government.
BY Edward C. Tolentino | Tucson, AZ | 10/29/16
Since Nicolás Maduro became president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in 2013, the right-wing opposition has been fixated on overthrowing his government. The opposition has never recognized neither the constitution nor the legitimacy of the revolutionary government of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 3/27/15
On March 25, around 30 people braved cold winds to stand on the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue bridge over the Mississippi River to protest the escalation of hostilities by the U.S. towards Venezuela.
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