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Opposition holds Public Consultation to Reject the Upcoming ANC Elections

Photo:  Opposition members burning consultation registeries

Last Sunday the Democratic Unity Roundtable held an informal consultation to demonstrate their rejection of the upcoming National Constituent Assembly (ANC) elections to be held on the 30th of July.  This was organized parallel to the call by the National Electoral Council for an electoral drill for the same ANC elections.

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Make No Mistake: There is a media blockade against Venezuela

(Rachael Boothroyd Rojas/Venezuelanalysis)

Whichever news agency you check, be it the BBC, the Washington Post, CNN, or any other corporate outlet, you will find the same, uniform consensus in their Venezuela coverage. 

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Venezuela Pulls CNN off Air Amid Iraq Passport Controversy

CONATEL says CNN's removal from Venezuela's airwaves is a temporary measure. (Chris Rank/Bloomberg)

Venezuela’s broadcast authority pulled CNN’s Spanish language channel off air this week, after the government accused the news network of airing an unsubstantiated story on corruption among diplomatic officials.

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The Hill Publishes Islamophobic Fake News on Venezuela

There's plenty of reasons to criticise Venezuela's new VP Tareck El Aissami, but his ancestry isn't one of them.

Islamophobia doesn't count as journalism.

 

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Venezuela Brings Toys to Poor Kids, Gets Called ‘Grinch’ on CNN

(Twitter /@sundde_ve)

Turning facts on their head, CNN transformed the Venezuelan government’s act of helping the poor into its complete opposite.

 

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Community-Delivered Food, Clean Clinics, and Queue-Less Banks: A Glimpse into VA’s Week in Venezuela

A mural painted by Carlos Zerpa of the Guerrilla Communications Collective in Catia, a barrio in western Caracas, Venezuela. The

Three things that have happened to our writers this week that fly in the face of the corporate media's apocalyptic reporting on Venezuela.

 

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Various Flavors of Fake News about Venezuela

The wife of right-wing opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori speaks to the press. (EFE)

It's almost impossible to escape bombardment by the U.S government’s perspective on Venezuela.

 

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Venezuela's Economic Crisis: Does It Mean That the Left Has Failed?

A woman shakes a bag of corn flour, shouting "Why is it so difficult for me to buy this?" as hundreds of people wait i

Unifying Venezuela's multiple exchange rates is not "neoliberal", argues Mark Weisbrot. It's the only solution to the country's deep crisis. 

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Is Venezuela Really Dictatorship?

(Ryan Mallett-Outtrim)

International media's indictments of Venezuela as a dictatorship ignore basic facts, says Ryan Mallet-Outtrim. 

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Media Deliberately Omits Critical Info to Demonize Venezuela

A crowd of government supporters gathers outside the National Assembly in Caracas to voice their opposition to right-wing attemp

The announcement from Venezuela's electoral authority that it would not proceed with a recall referendum has unleashed yet another wave of critical articles and opinion pieces throughout the English-speaking media. 

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