Juan Guaidó

On Saturday March 30, following the third massive electricity cut, thousands mobilized in Caracas in support of the government and against imperialism

All the presidents of the region were invited to the summit except for Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro. The setting up of Prosur is seen as an attempt to create a parallel organisation to UNASUR which was set up during the time of Commander Hugo Chavez

Picketers from various organisations and movements blocked the attempts of Venezuelan opposition members to illegally occupy a Venezuelan consular building in NYC

Special report produced by Misión Verdad on the cyber attacks on Venezuela’s central hydroelectric plant, which left at least 80% of the population without electricity

After a multi-country tour in hopes of garnering support for his self-proclaimed presidency, Juan Guaidó, member of the National Assembly of Venezuela returned to his home country

The US-led intervention in Venezuela—hiding behind a pretext of humanitarianism—follows a long pattern of economic policies and covert operations in the country and in the region that seek to protect the economic interests of the United States and Europe

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