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Venezuela: the countdown has started for another crucial electoral battle
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Venezuela: the countdown has started for another crucial electoral battle

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By Sofía Athanassopoulos, journalist from Caracas, Venezuela / Source: Marcha.org / The Dawn The electoral campaign for the legislative elections on December 6 has begun in a scenario that is probably the most difficult one since the emergence of the Bolivarian Revolution, menaced by an unstoppable “economic war”. The challenge: […]

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US Southern Command on Verge of Confrontation with Venezuela

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By: Nil Nikandrov / Source: strategic-culture.org / The Dawn / November 13, 2015 Diosdado Cabello Rondón, Speaker of the National Assembly of Venezuela, has his own weekly program on state TV called Hitting with the Sledge Hammer (Con el Mazo Dando). He often uses it as a podium to raise […]

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Venezuela: The war for food
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Venezuela: The war for food

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By Marco Teruggi / Source: comoelvientoenlanoche.wordpress.com / The Dawn / November 16, 2015.- It is a turf war. The weapons are roadmaps, phone calls, cash deposits, trails along the border, re-pricing of products in the shelves, control of stock, trucks that change colors. Shootings, sometimes, only when necessary. It is […]

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Negative campaigning against Venezuela: Here’s the plan
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Negative campaigning against Venezuela: Here’s the plan

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  By JEAN-GUY ALLARD / Source Resumen Latinoamericano / November 16, 2015.– The media campaign against Venezuela is so intense that it only serves to demonstrate the existence of a maneuver to accomplish an electoral coup. The possibility that the opposition will claim there was fraud if Chavism wins in […]

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Venezuela. The true role of the NGOs
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Venezuela. The true role of the NGOs

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Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) began their expansion in the context of the Cold War and the globalization phase of neoliberalism. They were able to act like political parties but hide under a legal cloak and a supposedly impartial position. But they are not innocent actors and, in Venezuela, as in the […]

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Social policies strengthen Venezuelan living standards
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Social policies strengthen Venezuelan living standards

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Source Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn / November 8, 2015-. Since the promulgation of the 1999 Constitution in Venezuela, significant progress was made, not only in preserving the income of the population, but also regarding the enforcement of social rights established in the Constitution. National Executive statistics show that millions […]

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Cuba-Venezuela Agreement: 15th anniversary
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Cuba-Venezuela Agreement: 15th anniversary

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Source: Aporrea.org / The Dawn / October 30, 2015.- At the initiative of the historic leaders, Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro, 15 years ago, the Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement between Cuba and Venezuela was signed, sealing the exchanges for mutual benefit. Since their first working meetings, the two leaders had expressed […]

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