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Venezuela’s Maduro Designated New Party President at III PSUV National Congress

The congress began in Caracas on Saturday and will run until this Thursday (El Universal)

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has been made the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV)’s new leader. The announcement took place during the governing party’s six day national congress, where political re-organisation and economic reform have been top of the agenda.

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United Socialist Party of Venezuela Grassroots Elects National Congress Delegates

Grassroots members of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela elected 537 delegates to the party’s 3rd National Congress on Su

Grassroots members of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela elected 537 delegates to the party’s 3rd National Congress on Sunday.

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Maduro Extends Planned “Shakeup” of Venezuelan State and Economy

Speaking on his weekly radio show on Tuesday, Maduro said that he would lead “a shakeup of the functioning of the old bourgeoi

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has extended the date upon which significant changes to the government and state administration will be announced.

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Former Minister Navarro Launches Criticisms of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela

Hector Navarro (archive)

A former Bolivarian government minister, Hector Navarro, has criticised the internal democracy of the leadership of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).

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Analysts Confused as Venezuelans Say Their Country is Second Most Democratic in Region

Venezuelans march in the 14th annual Pride Parade in Caracas, on 29th June this year. (MIGUEL GUTIÉRREZ / EFE)

In a respected regional poll measuring citizens’ perception of their democracy, Venezuelans have given the second most favourable response in Latin America, leaving the report’s authors scratching their heads.

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Government Makes Dialogue Call as Venezuelan Opposition Considers Next Step

On Thursday Venezuelan Vice President Jorge Arreaza said that despite repeated calls for the opposition’s Democratic Unity Tab

Venezuelan authorities have made a renewed offer to the opposition to join dialogue talks while the opposition’s leadership considers their next move following the dissipation of protests.

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U.S. – Venezuela Relations Take Step toward Normalisation

The Venezuelan embassy in Washington D.C. (Venezuelan embassy, Washington)

Venezuela and the United States have designated chargé d’affaires to each other’s capitals, signaling a move toward the normalisation of relations.

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Maduro Initiates Government “Shake-Up” in Venezuela for July

Maduro addresses the nation through his weekly radio program, In Touch with Maduro. (Presidential Press)

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro announced yesterday the need for “a complete and profound revolution within public administration.” 

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Venezuela’s Maduro Offers to Bury the Hatchet with Internal Critics

On Friday Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro offered to renovate his government and bury the hatchet with the former ministers

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has offered to renovate his government and end the dispute with the former ministers who recently criticized his leadership.

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Venezuelan President Maduro Responds to Former Ministers’ Criticisms

In a meeting with grassroots activists of the governing United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) on Wednesday, Maduro accused

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro and other top government officials have responded to recent criticisms made by several former ministers which have revealed a rift within Chavismo. 

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PSUV Leader Navarro Faces Possible Suspension for Backing ex-Venezuelan Minister Giordani

Hector Navarro, longtime PSUV figure and ex minister of electricity. (agencies)

Prominent Venezuelan socialist Hector Navarro could face suspension from the PSUV for publicly supporting former planning minister Jorge Giordani.

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United Socialist Party of Venezuela Prepares for III National Congress

The governing United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) is preparing to elect delegates to its III national congress, the first

The governing United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) is preparing to elect delegates to its Third National Congress, the first to be held since the party’s leader and founder Hugo Chavez died last March.

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Wives of Jailed Opposition Mayors Win Municipal By-Elections

Mayors' Wives

The wives of two opposition mayors jailed for refusing to act against militant opposition street barricades have won the municipal by-elections to replace their husbands in two western Venezuelan cities.

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UNASUR Ministers “Re-Open” Communication between Venezuelan Government and Opposition

ricardo patiño

Foreign diplomatic representatives in Venezuela responsible for assisting the dialogue process between the Venezuelan government and opposition have reported a “re-opening” of communication between the two sides.

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Candidates Officially Launch Campaigns to Replace Jailed Venezuelan Opposition Mayors

Alejandro Mendez of the GPP launched his campaign in San Cristobal, but faces an uphill struggle to win in the opposition strong

On May 25, the voters of San Diego, Carabobo State and San Cristobal, Táchira State, will go to the polls to elect new mayors for their respective cities.

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