José González Vargas
So far the Maduro government hasn’t made an official statement, but Venezuela’s pro-government media has been quick to condemn it.
Francisco de Miranda on a revolutionary project: A united Spanish-speaking nation in the Americas, spanning from California to Tierra del Fuego.
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.