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Maduro: Opposition Activists Confess Being Paid to Promote Violent Protests

President Maduro addressed the Venezuelan nation on Sunday. (Prensa Presidencial)

“The orders were to set Caracas alight,” says a Venezuelan opposition leader involved in the past weeks' violent protests. 

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Support for Chavismo Climbs in Venezuela

President Nicolas Maduro. (Ciudad Caracas)

Support for Chavismo has risen to 35% from 27%, while President Nicolas Maduro's popularity has surged by 6 points since November. 

 

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Venezuelan Parliament Passes “National Production Law” in First Discussion

Venezuela’s National Assembly has been under the majority control of rightwing coalition, the Democratic Roundtable Unity, sin

Venezuela’s leftist government opposes the law, saying that it will privatise state-owned corporations. 

 

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Corruption Charges Shake the Venezuelan Opposition

President of the National Assembly’s Comptroller Committee Pedro Carreño presented formal charges to the Attorney General’s

In a heated debate before the National Assembly on Tuesday, several politicians from opposition political party Primero Justicia were accused of corruption, and one opposition legislator broke ranks with the opposition coalition.

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