After the Venezuelan right wing cried wolf claiming that Venezuela had become a socialist “dictatorship”, parliamentary elections have been held on time and without any irregularities across the country under the watch of international observers, and the people have spoken. With 82% of the votes counted, President Nicolas Maduro’s socialist coalition won 67.3% of theContinue reading “Socialists win majority in Venezuela’s elections”
On Wednesday 21st October, media outlet Declassified UK revealed that the UK Foreign Office has spent £450,000 on an anti-Maduro coalition based in Venezuela called the Coalición Anticorrupción (anticorruption coalition).
The Communist Party of Venezuela has issued a detailed statement to the world Communist movement outlining the current political situation in Venezuela, the outlook of the PCV and their reasoning for forming the Popular Revolutionary Alternative to stand in this December’s parliamentary elections.
It was announced yesterday (1 September 2020), that 110 members of Venezuela’s right wing opposition convicted of criminal acts are to be pardoned and have their release ordered by President Nicolas Maduro in a bid to strengthen the democratic process and to reduce the risk of violence.
Venezuela’s Central Bank (BCV) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) agreed to use part of the country $1.02 billion with of gold deposited in the Bank of England to acquire food and medicine to face the Covid-19 pandemic, BCV President Calixto Ortega declared on Wednesday (27 May 2020).
The Latin American country and United Nations will seek to release the gold held by the Bank of England with Venezuelan authorities appearing at an expedited court hearing in London today (28 May 2020).