April: between peace and rage shows the political violence that took place earlier this year in Venezuela, in the aftermath of the presidential election in April. Alvaro Sanchez, chargé d’affaires at the Venezuelan Embassy UK argues here that it was a blatant attempt to oust the government of Nicolas Maduro before it was even sworn into office.
Venezuela's National Assembly (AN) has moved closer to granting President Nicolas Maduro decree powers, with the necessary three-fifths majority voting in favour of the measures in the first discussion of the proposed law yesterday.
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has denounced a “massive” Twitter attack against the Venezuelan government after thousands of accounts belonging to ministers and pro-government media and supporters were simultaneously suspended yesterday.
By Fernando Travieso - Correo del Orinoco, Oct 31st 2013
The economic war represents the struggle for control over income from petroleum between a government that maintains growing social investment and an opposition led by economic groups that have lived off imports with dollars earned from the sale of petroleum.
By David Smilde, Hugo Pérez Hernaíz - Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights, Oct 1st 2013
The 8 December municipal elections will be the first elections after Nicolas Maduro’s contested election in April, and they will inevitably be interpreted as a referendum not only on “Chavismo without Chávez,” but on the opposition without Chávez.
By Nicolas Maduro, Víctor Ríos, Miguel Riera, Sep 26th 2013
In this interview translated by Venezuelanalysis.com, El Viejo Topo journalists talk with Nicolas Maduro about his life, political formation, and the long story of how he got to know Chavez and then fought alongside him, before he was elected president until he died.