Thursday January 20, 2022
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BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee | 7/08/18
On May 20, the revolutionary forces of Venezuela won a great victory with the re-election of Nicolás Maduro as president, who received a landslide 67% of the vote. The reactionary opposition parties, stumbling over themselves, ran a sub-par candidate that they could not even unite behind. For the foreseeable future, the political forces of the comprador bourgeoisie are defeated, and they and their imperialist partners will need to explore other means to try to defeat the Bolivarian Revolution. Now is the time for the revolutionary movement to advance, and that is what they are doing.
BY Sean Orr | Milwaukee, WI | 5/21/18
In Venezuela's first presidential election since 2013, President Nicolás Maduro was re-elected in a landslide, receiving 67% of the vote in an election where the opposition was deeply divided and unwilling to unite behind a candidate.
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 Communist Party of Venezuela | Caracas, Venezuela | 4/10/18
The Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) stated that the recent political conflicts in Brazil, especially the imprisonment of former president Lula Da Silva, should serve as a warning to the Venezuelan working people and popular movement of what can happen to democratic organizations and the people’s achievements when the right-wing and the oligarchy retake political power.
BY staff | Venezuela | 2/28/18
Meeting in Caracas Feb. 26, the Venezuelan Communist Party (PCV) and the governing United Socialist Party (PSUV) reached a historic agreement after days of negotiation.
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 Sean Orr | Venezuela | 2/09/18
On Feb. 7, the Venezuelan government was to sign an “agreement of coexistence” with the reactionary opposition, after months of negotiations. At the last minute, the opposition Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) changed its mind and refused.
BY staff | Venezuela | 1/15/18
On Jan. 10, the Rural Gayones Movement issued a statement, provided below, to commemorate the 158th anniversary of the murder of Ezequiel Zamora, a compatriot of Simón Bolívar and a supporter of radical land reform.
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.
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