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BY Communist Party of Venezuela | Venezuela | 3/05/19
The following statement was published today, March 5, by the Communist Party of Venezuela and was written by Freddy Subdiaga, a Party leader in the state of Anzoátegui. The statement was written in Spanish and translated by Fight Back! staff.
BY staff | San Salvador, El Salvador | 2/22/19
Hundreds of Salvadorans rallied February 21 at the Salvador del Mundo Plaza to express solidarity with the Venezuelan Bolivarian revolution and with the government of Nicolás Maduro.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 1/31/19
One week ago, on January 23, a new stage in the Bolivarian Revolution began.
BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee, WI | 9/19/18
Venezuela has been in the news lately. For the first time in decades, the threat of war between the United States and a Latin American country hangs over our hemisphere.
BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee WI | 12/10/17
An understanding of Bolivarian Venezuela is critical for revolutionaries in the U.S.
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 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 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).
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