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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 Freedom Road Socialist Organization | Venezuela | 8/05/18
The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) condemns in the strongest possible terms the cowardly attempt on the life of Nicolás Maduro, president of Venezuela and leader of the Bolivarian Revolution.
BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee, WI | 8/03/18
For several days, tens of thousands of campesinos have marched into Caracas from every corner of Venezuela - some having traveled for weeks - calling for a revolutionary struggle to resolve the land crisis.
BY Wladimir Abreu | Venezuela | 5/06/18
The Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) is the second-largest party supporting Nicolás Maduro for president in the May 20 elections. In this piece published in their party newspaper Tribuna Popular, the PCV Central Committee lays out their position of the electoral process, the need for communist agitation, and the future of the country. It is provided below in English, translated by Fight Back! News staff.
BY staff | Venezuela | 2/21/18
As it becomes clear that the Trump administration will not recognize the democratic process in Venezuela, and seeks to overthrow the Maduro government by violent means, the many revolutionary organizations of the Bolivarian Revolution are discussing what must happen to defend their national sovereignty.
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 David Hoskins | Washington, DC | 5/17/16
On May 14 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro declared a constitutional state of emergency in that country.
BY staff | Venezuela | 4/15/13
The people of Venezuela elected Nicolas Maduro as the new president on April 14 in a special election held after the unexpected death of President Hugo Chavez. Maduro, a member of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), won 50.66% of the vote to defeat right-wing opposition candidate Henrique Caprilles, who earned 49.07%.
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