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Venezuela Probes Foreign Bank Accounts Amid Corruption Allegations

 Venezuelan chief public prosecutor Luisa Ortega Diaz (Photo: AVN)

The Venezuelan public prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday it would probe Venezuelan holdings in offshore accounts, as part of a continued defense effort in the face of United States threats.

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Venezuela Arrests 13 Police Officials over Corruption Charges

Under late President Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan government sought to radically reform the country's security forces. (PHOT

The country's authorities detained on Wednesday 13 police officials for alleged corruption. The government of Nicolas Maduro demonstrated again its commitment to combating corruption in the police forces of the country.

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Secret Anti-Corruption Force Created in Venezuela

The director of the anti-corruption police will be José Ramírez Márquez (archive).

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has created a secret force to tackle corruption in public administration.

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The PSUV’s Hotline to Denounce Infiltrators Leads to Fascism… Let’s Stop this Madness

Text reads; "The PSUV’s Hotline to Denounce Infiltrators Leads to Fascism… Let’s Stop this Madness" (El Arado y

"The internal ideological struggle, which enriches all political parties, is turning into an ideological witch hunt."

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Venezuela’s Maduro Approves Laws on State Security & Corruption as Enabling Period Ends

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro approved five laws addressing corruption and state security on the last day of the period of

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has approved five laws addressing corruption and state security on the last day of the enabling period of limited lawmaking powers granted to him by the National Assembly.

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Briefcase Companies and Phantom Importers

Luis Britto Garcia (courtesy)

Venezuelan writer Luis Britto Garcia argues that even before we critique the misuse of dollars by Venezuela’s flourishing phantom companies, we must look at what legitimate transnationals are allotted the most dollars through the government subsidy, and what their offered services say about the government’s priorities.

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Snapshot from the Economic War in Venezuela

Johnny Moreno (left) teaching a Mision Robinson [literacy] class in 2004, in El Valle, Caracas. (Sujatha Fernandes)

Sujatha tells the dark understory of the economic war in Venezuela- the human side of the struggle against corruption that can hardly be expressed through graphs and charts.

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Venezuelan Voices, Part I: An Economic Spiral

On the border between Brazil and Venezuela, if you don't want to wait on the long gas station lines, you can fill up your t

As international media plays its favorite old game of lambasting the Venezuelan government, long-time observers of the Bolivarian process may be wondering how much truth lies in the prime-time reports depicting empty shelves, long lines and charts showing catastrophic inflation. How precarious is Venezuela’s current economy and, more importantly, how much are the effects of this felt by the Venezuelan people?

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Venezuelan President and High Ranking Officials to Declare Wealth, Ex-Minister Investigated for Corruption

Eugenia Sader, ex-Health Minister. (VTV)

Venezuelan comptroller Adelina Gonzalez announced yesterday that all senior officials in public office must update their sworn declaration of wealth (DJP) between the 1st and 31st of July.

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Venezuela to Introduce “Tourist” Currency Exchange Rate

Venezuela’s “Simon Bolivar” Maiquetia International Airport, Caracas (AVN)

Venezuela’s Central Bank will establish a new exchange rate for foreign visitors to Venezuela in a presumed bid to tempt tourists away from selling dollars on the black market.

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