José González Vargas
U.S. pressure is not the only problem for Venezuelan oil. Since the early 80’s, gas prices have been kept artificially low.
“That day something was achieved,” says a local middle-aged woman living in the Libertador Municipality of Caracas.
MARACAY, VENEZUELA — This Tuesday, Caracas and the rest of Venezuela woke up in shock. At 5:30 am at the La Carlota Air Base, located on the east side of the country’s capital, Juan Guaidó —speaker of the opposition-led National Assembly, who shook the hemisphere by declaring President Nicolás Maduro’s rule as illegitimate— appeared with […]
“I expected something different,” said Coromoto, a 50 year-old mother of two who works at a government ministry.
On Monday, the United States Department of the Treasury imposed new sanctions on Venezuela’s state-oil company PDVSA, which includes Citgo Petroleum Corporation.