What can be done to halt Venezuela’s implosion, organise a humanitarian rescue and achieve a return to democracy? Radicals in the opposition trusted in a popular uprising.
“The lack of medicine. The shortage of food. The insecurity. [No] living wage for the people,” a 32-year-old truck driver said. “I prefer a six-to-seven-hour line to sign my name than a 15-to-16 hour line to buy Harina P.A.N.”
Americans should take a look at Latin America, where, starting in the 1940s, elected populists undermined democracy.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is using the state to derail the recall process and the opposition is using Social Media, independant media and the international community to keep it on track
At the beginning of 2016, there seemed such promise for opposition politicians in Venezuela, but little was achieved. Can 2017 be different?
The voters will choose new governors for the 23 states
The regime that fostered this nightmare, headed by Hugo Chávez until his death in 2013, is on the way out: It cannot survive the economic crisis and mass discontent it has created.
Despite the results, the fight continues
A majority of lawmakers in the chamber feel that Maduro’s exercise of his office is at the margin of the constitutional duties of the presidency and they blame him for the “serious rupture of the constitutional order,”
Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) has announced its approval of the first step in an opposition campaign to recall President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela’s Supreme Court has consolidated President Nicolás Maduro’s power with a decision that removes budgetary authority from the nation’s Congress
The end of democracy in Venezuela was predictable, but it was still shocking in a number of ways.
After this days events Nicolás Maduro’s bumbling brings a messy end to his presidency closer. The Chavista movement is now outnumbered by the opposition and mr Maduro seems unable to accept that
President Nicolas Maduro has ordered an almost immediate withdrawal of Venezuela’s most commonly used bill, this debacle is a product of recent history.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ruled out holding early elections amid calls from opposition groups for him to step down.
Venezuela's electoral council has suspended the opposition's campaign to hold a recall referendum against President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has pressed ahead with plans to create a citizens' assembly to draw up a new constitution.
In one of the more headache-inducing video clips in recent memory, Fox Business Network presents us with its version of the current crisis in Venezuela - where economic mismanagement under the leadership of President Nicolas Maduro has converged with a drop in global oil prices to produce runaway inflation and a shortage of basic goods.
After 100 days, over 81 deaths, and more than 1,400 injured, this has become Venezuela’s fight for a new independence day
El país latinoamericano bajo la sombra de los sucesos más preocupantes
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