Venezuela: is opposition a general force or a fabrication?

 

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While some people in West Caracas are working, on the East side the opposition supporters are disturbing and setting barricades.

A few weeks ago, Venezuelan opposition published a document with “more than 17 millions of signs” to stop the National Constituent Assembly that will take place this July, 30. Taking into account that the number of Venezuelan population is over 30 millions, the amount of signs reported by the opposition should be enough to solve the political crisis through international mediation.

But the truth is that the segments of Venezuelan population disagreeing with the government do not make the majority to make Nicolas Maduro resign.

Saddly, media only talk about the oppositors and forget the ones who are supporting the constitutional government. The news only refers to casualties of the opposition in the war they themselves exacerbated. Mostly of the deads have occured as a result of violent and criminal acts which will never be criticized.

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A tribute to Fidel Castro in Sao Paulo Forum

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The twenty-third meeting of the São Paulo Forum which takes place in Managua, Nicaragua, paid tribute to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and the heroic Cuban-Argentinean Commander Ernesto (Che) Guevara.

Over 300 delegates of social movements and leftist political parties in Latin America and the Caribbean gathered on the Forum dedicated cheers and applause to the two colossal figures of contemporary history.

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The Association of Cuban Residents in Venezuela denounces desecration of monument to José Martí

 

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Located in Chacaito, in a pedestrian area from which it begins José Martí Avenue

Yesterday, the Association of Cuban Residents in Venezuela (Accreven) denounced the outrage against the statues of José y Martí and Luis Brión by opposition violent groups in Caracas.

Both statues were covered with hoods, such as those used by violent elements that generate chaos and disorder for more than 50 days.

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The truth about Venezuela…

The crisis that mass media and power groups slightly judge

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For more than 40 days Venezuela has become the main topic on press agencies, international mass media and social networks due to the political conflict between the Bolivarian government and the opposition.

Since Nicolás Maduro assumed the presidency on April 14, 2013, the country has been a war stage for all those political parties, organizations and power groups against the revolutionary process initiated by Hugo Chávez .

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Brazilian Anarchists, Communists March Against Temer

One year after the parliamentary coup that ousted former Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff and installed right-wing Michel Temer as president, the third edition of the annual Antifascist March on Saturday saw hundreds protesting in a number of cities across Brazil.

Organized by legions of anarchists, communists and a number of other left-wing organizations, the march was held in 20 cities and 15 states. It was organized in order to protest against the country’s “conservative advance” and the policies of the extreme right.

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