In response to The New York Times editorial Chargé d’Affaires Maximilien Sanchez Arvelaiz

To the Editor:
“Venezuela’s Crackdown on Opposition” (editorial, Sept. 21) Does not present a fair picture of recent events in Venezuela.
The editorial accuses the Venezuelan authorities of persecuting political leaders and in particular jailing Leopoldo López for his…

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On September 10 at the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court Vice President Tours the U.S. To Highlight Venezuela’s Progress on Constitutional Matters

The Vice President of Venezuela’s Supreme Court, Justice Fernando Vegas, visited Bolivarian Hall, the cultural space of the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the United States, on September 10 to highlight Venezuela’s progress on constitutional and legal…

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3 Months of a Continuing Coup against Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Terrorism is Not a Form of Protest
Document by the Ministry of People’s Power for Communication and Information.-
The terrorist guarimbas (violent protests) fostered by the Venezuelan right-wing have caused fear and unease among the people, in addition to a…

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U.S. Audience Supports Bolivarian Revolution as Path for Liberation of Peoples


Bronx residents, U.S. citizens and diverse social movements participated in an event Tuesday that emphasized the importance of the Bolivarian Revolution as an alternative to the liberation of peoples oppressed by capitalism.

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Economic and Social Development

Maduro proposes Unasur to create a reserve fund to consolidate financial architecture of the South


The President, Nicolas Maduro, proposed on thursday to create a fund of South American reserves along the bank of the South “Is the new basis of the financial architecture” in Latin America.

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Environment and Energy

PDVSA calls on industry to participate in projects of the Orinoco Oil Belt


The new projects to be executed in the Orinoco Oil Belt Hugo Chavez, the largest oil reserves in the world located in Venezuela’s eastern and southern area, represent a great opportunity for active participation of companies in the National Oil Industrial Conglomerate…

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