Bolivarian Venezuela
After fascist riot, Congress certifies Biden’s victory

Trump has been strongly condemned for his role in instigating the rioters, with his unproven claims of a “stolen” election and his refusal to concede. Questions have also been raised about the lax treatment of the rioters and the space afforded to them

Chavismo back in Venezuela’s National Assembly, Guaidó further weakened

The swearing in of Venezuela’s National Assembly leaves self-proclaimed ‘interim president’ Juan Guaidó with less support

Venezuela wins simply by holding an election

The upcoming legislative elections in Venezuela are going to be held in a context of great adversity are an important step in the democratic recuperation of the country’s institutions from the US-backed opposition

Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly approves the Anti-Blockade Bill

The law establishes mechanisms to face the impacts of the commercial blockade, economic and financial persecution imposed by the United States against Venezuela.

People’s movements and organizations across the world mobilize in week of anti-imperialist action

The week of action was called for by the International Week of Anti-Imperialist Struggle, a platform uniting movements and organizations under the banner of struggle against imperialism

Nicolás Maduro presents Anti-Blockade Law to the National Constituent Assembly

The regulation seeks to fight against the commercial blockade, economic and financial persecution and other unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States against Venezuela

The stage is set for a Venezuela October surprise

Aggression against Venezuela from the US has intensified in recent weeks and all signs are pointing towards an escalation ahead of elections in the US and Venezuela

Argentine government declares cell phone, internet and pay television as essential services

The measure will benefit more than 30 million users nationwide. However, it has been harshly criticized by the opposition and communication companies

Venezuela denounces ‘absurd decision’ of UK to retain its gold reserves

A British high court ruled on July 2 that because the UK recognizes opposition leader Juan Guaidó as president, it does not have to give the government of Nicolás Maduro access to the reserves

ALBA-TCP member countries address post-pandemic economics in virtual conference

The member countries reaffirmed their commitment to work together to fight the pandemic and support each other in revitalizing the economies in the post-pandemic scenario

Due to US coercive measures, DirecTV’s operations suspended in Venezuela

The transmission of more than 300 TV and radio channels has been suspended, affecting the right to information of millions of Venezuelans

Venezuela invasion bid: US denial on its role is not credible

Can we believe the claims of the US administration that it had no involvement in the most recent Venezuelan invasion attempt? Anya Parampil of The Grayzone tells more.

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