Venezuela's often divided opposition needs to put forward a compelling vision.
The requests made by the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) opposition coalition are concrete. None of them is out of the Constitution.
At least three people have been killed in Venezuela in protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
As dissatisfaction with the government grows, opposition leader needs no reminder of the risks involved in inflaming an already febrile national mood
Grammy Singers, Governors and Lawmakers All Teargassed in Venezuela Protests, 188 arrested for demonstrating against Venezuelan ruler as helicopters drop teargas on peaceful protestors
Muchos de nosotros hemos alabado al Papa Francisco por su humildad y su tolerancia por las víctimas de la discriminación que el Vaticano había ignorado durante mucho tiempo, pero es hora de decirle alto y claro: ¡salga de Venezuela!
Many of us have praised Pope Francis for his humbleness and for his tolerance toward victims of discrimination who had long been neglected by the Vatican, but it’s time to tell him loud and clear: Get out of Venezuela.
It seems that leaders of the opposition have reached a consensus on pressing for the regional elections. That is progress. And completing the following steps should not be too complicated for them
The president of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro is working to set up a meeting with Pope Francis in hopes of restarting talks with the Venezuelan opposition.
At the beginning of 2016, there seemed such promise for opposition politicians in Venezuela, but little was achieved. Can 2017 be different?
The Venezuelan opposition has accused President Nicolas Maduro of violating the constitution by delivering his annual state of the nation address before the Supreme Court.
Venezuela jailed three anti-government politicians in what the opposition denounced on Thursday as a new crackdown on dissent in the economically struggling country.
Opposition accuses President Nicolás Maduro of non-compliance with promise to free political prisoners as mediators scramble to save talks
This political alliance requires a lot of transparency among its members in order to be effective at political level. It is very difficult, not to say impossible, that all its decisions are taken unanimously
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ruled out holding early elections amid calls from opposition groups for him to step down.
About 500 Venezuelan students marched in Caracas demanding that government and opposition negotiators achieve “results” and provide “solutions,”
Mientras el conductor del régimen chavista asegura que no dejará el gobierno “ni con los votos ni con las balas”, la MUD pide elecciones adelantadas y referendo revocatorio
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has rejected calls from the opposition for an early election, amid a fragile and fraying political truce in the country.
Tension has again risen between Venezuela leader Nicolas Maduro and the opposition just hours after they had taken steps to defuse the situation.
Cualquier diálogo que se produzca no debe ser visto como una alternativa al referendo, sino que debe centrarse en restaurar el derecho del pueblo a elegir a sus líderes.
Any dialogue that occurs should not be seen as an alternative to the referendum but should focus primarily on restoring the people’s right to choose their leaders
Se aninció la liberación de Marco Trejo, Andrés Moreno, Carlos Melo, Andrés León y Coromoto Rodríguez, presos políticos del gobierno de Nicolás Maduro
Five Venezuelan opposition politicians were freed from detention on Monday, a day after the government and the opposition held talks on how to end the country's political crisis.
El presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, presidió este domingo el inicio del proceso oficial de diálogo entre el gobierno y un sector de la oposición con la mediación del Vaticano y Unasur.
The Venezuelan government and opposition parties have met for the first time this year to try to resolve the country's deep political crisis.
Venezuela's government and its opposition are to meet for crisis talks, the Vatican says, after an intervention from Pope Francis.
President Maduro labels protest march planned for Thursday a plot to stir up violence and set the stage for a coup.
Wife says ex-San Cristobal mayor transported to jail in ambulance after being told he was being taken for medical exam.
Venezuelan opposition leaders say they have validated enough signatures on a petition to move to the next stage in a process to remove President Nicolas Maduro in a recall referendum.
Electoral Board accepts 1.3 million signatures calling for a referendum on President Maduro's leadership, amid protests.
Venezuela's opposition and top government officials set to met with a group of mediators in the Dominican Republic to lay the groundwork for a dialogue amid a political standoff and a deepening economic crisis.
The opposition controlled Venezuelan Parliament said the “state of exception and economic emergency” declared by President Maduro last week to deal with the alleged threat of a coup is “unconstitutional.”
Venezuela's Vice-President Aristobulo Isturiz has ruled out the possibility of a recall referendum being held against President Nicolas Maduro.
In a surprise early-morning maneuver, Venezuela's opposition brought the specter of a recall against President Nicolas Maduro a little bit closer, by delivering almost 2 million signatures
Opposition members went Tuesday before Venezuela's electoral board, the CNE, for the fourth time, to ask that a recall referendum process against President Nicolas Maduro be initiated.
The Venezuelan National Assembly has passed an amnesty bill which could free dozens of jailed opposition leaders.
Venezuela’s opposition has been sworn as the majority in the country’s National Assembly,. Incoming lawmakers promise to make sweeping changes while the late Hugo Chávez’s socialist party says it will stand its ground in the legislature
Venezuelan opposition lawmakers have chosen a veteran politician as the new head of the country's legislative body.
Venezuela's Supreme Court has suspended the inauguration of three opposition MPs who were due to take office next week.
Venezuela’s opposition has just won a majority in the National Assembly — but the ruling socialists are already working to undermine it. Those who predicted that the government would simply accept defeat were quickly proven wrong.