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Venezuela in 2014: Maduro Administration Given Reprieve by Divided Opposition

From left to right: opposition leaders Leopoldo Lopez, Maria Corina Machado, and Henrique Capriles (AFP)

VA.com’s Ewan Robertson offers an assessment of the relative positions of the Bolivarian government and conservative opposition after a bumpy year for Venezuela’s politics and economy.

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Venezuela's Constitution: Fifteen Years of Achievements

A Venezuelan holds up a copy of the 1999 constitution at a celebratory march in Caracas on Monday, with late president Hugo Chav

The Bolivarian Revolution's founding document celebrates its 15th anniversary with a record of turning constitutional rights into everyday reality.

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Venezuelans March to Celebrate 15 Years of the Bolivarian Constitution

A demonstrator holds up a battered copy of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela at the march in Caracas toda

Today thousands of Venezuelans marched in Caracas to celebrate 15 years since the Bolivarian Constitution was passed in a nationwide referendum, creating the legal framework for the Bolivarian revolution.

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Venezuela Creates Council for People with Disabilities

According to Venezuelan law, 5 percent of a company's workforce needs to be persons with disabilities to ensure employers c

The Presidential Council was created after social organizations lobbied for better state representation of disabled persons.

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Pemon Indigenous Occupy Airport in Venezuela: “We Have Had Enough of Broken Promises”

The occupied airport does not see much traffic (all photos Z.C. Dutka / Venezuelanalysis.com)

VA.com's Z.C. Dutka gives an eyewitness account of the break out of an indigenous protest in the town of Santa Elena de Uairen in southern Venezuela.

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Venezuela in Financial Difficulty; will PetroCaribe Survive?

Graphic art depicting the sunrise over the Caribbean, with the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) as the

Guyanese- Antiguan scholar Sir Ronald Sanders examines the vulnerabilities of Venezuela-backed alliance Petrocaribe in the face of last week’s OPEC summit and a perceived oil glut on the horizon. Petrocaribe has provided singular economic support for over a dozen Caribbean nation’s economies, including hundreds of millions of dollars in developmental funds.

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Venezuela's Transition to Democracy: Latin America's Best Kept Secret

Umberto Vargas Medina, imprisoned for 4 years during the Fourth Republic. (courtesy)

Telesur’s Rachael Boothroyd interviews vanguard activists who dedicated their lives to the struggle for democracy during the era that preceded Hugo Chavez. Their testimonies recall aerial bombardments and routine disappearances of students and activists, while their actions today highlight the importance of preserving collective memory.

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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: revolution and progress versus reaction and empire

Valencia, Venezuela: supporters of acting president Nicolás Maduro attend a campaign rally Juan Barreto. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
 

In this article, Matt Willgress of the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign argues that the choice in Venezuela is stark; social progress versus extreme reaction and US intervention. He provides an overview of the current political climate in Venezuela and reiterates the continued importance of the Bolivarian Revolution to other progressive struggles across Latin America

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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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