Former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe said that he will take Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro to the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights (IACHR), following accusations by the Venezuelan head that Uribe was involved in plots against him.
In order to understand Venezuela´s political panorama, for example the presidential elections this coming October 7 and the recent declarations of Colombian ex-president, Alvaro Uribe, against the country, we interviewed the editor of Chaos in Spain´s Network, Catalan sociologist and graduate in Latin American studies, Anibal Garzon Baeza.
Yesterday, while addressing a press conference, ex-president Alvaro Uribe of Colombia said that he “lacked time” as his presidential term came to an end to fulfil his desire of a military intervention into Venezuela.
By Rachael Boothroyd - Venezuelanalysis.com, Jul 17th 2012
Former Colombian President, Alvaro Uribe Velez, headed a meeting with prominent members of the Venezuelan opposition coalition, the Roundtable of Democratic Unity (MUD), last weekend in a public campaign to “denounce the hundreds of atrocities and abuses that the Chavista dictatorship has committed against democracy”.
By Correo del Orinoco International , May 28th 2012
Seeking notoriety as an international spokesman for Venezuela’s anti-Chavez sector, former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe issued baseless and malicious claims in international media aimed at isolating the Venezuelan government.
Last Thursday, ex-Colombian president Alvaro Uribe urged the Venezuelan opposition to publically reject the burgeoning relationship between President Hugo Chávez and his Colombian counterpart, President Manuel Santos.