Among those indicted by the US was Cliver Alcalá, a retired general who is considered the military leader of the pro-Juan Guaidó forces. Soon, Alcalá posted videos that threaten to cause further splits in the opposition and could result in the arrest of Guaidó.
2019 saw a series of desperate attempts coordinated by the US to overthrow democratically elected president Nicolás Maduro and engender chaos in Venezuela, but the unity of the Venezuelan people and the strength of the Bolivarian Revolution persevered
People and movements from across the world are standing in solidarity with Venezuela and the Bolivarian Revolution after the latest imperialist offensive and demanding #NoMoreTrump
Donald Trump’s latest executive order which blocks all Venezuelan property in the jurisdiction of the United States has been met with backlash across Venezuela and the world
Alison Bodine and Ali Yerevani of Fire This Time! write about the need to strengthen our internationalist solidarity with Venezuela
From Malaysia to the Argentina, peoples movements and organizations mobilized on Saturday March 16, to express their solidarity with Venezuela amid one of the most brutal attacks on the country by the US and its allies
The international assembly was attended by around 500 delegates from five continents, representing 181 people’s movements and organizations.
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
30 years after the Caracazo, when the poor of Venezuela took to the streets to wage a struggle against the government of the oligarchy, the toiling masses of the country remain firm in their commitment to the Bolivarian Revolution, which offered them right and a life of dignity
At a special meeting of the UN security council on February 26, many countries, including those opposed to Nicolas Maduro, called for a peaceful resolution in Venezuela and rejected any attempt at military intervention
Delcy Rodríguez participated in the opening of the International Peoples’ Assembly, in the capital Caracas
Around 450 delegates from 85 countries congregated in Caracas, to participate in a gathering of solidarity with Venezuela and the Bolivarian Revolution