Communal Pharmacy: The People’s Organization of Medicinal Resources in Venezuela

This initiative, which is led by a group of women from a Venezuelan commune together with a Chilean doctor, proposes

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Settlers’ Movement: The Problem Lies in Trying to Build the Bolivarian Project Without Questioning the Logic of Capital (Part II)

Interview with leaders of the Movement of Settlers: Iraida Morocoima and Juan Carlos Rodríguez, of Pioneers Camp; and Hernán Vargas

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The Present-Day Situation in Venezuela Through the Voice of the Peasants

Last month, WhyHunger interviewed Kevin Rangel from the National Peasant Front Ezequiel Zamora, member of our ally global movement La

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New Socialist Community Amatina: Much More Than Houses

With the delivery by President Nicolás Maduro, this Thursday, May 16, of the last 48 homes of the new Amatina

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Defending Chavez’s Project Today: A Conversation with Elias Jaua

A close collaborator of Hugo Chavez talks to VA about the initial goals of the movement, now under threat today.

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A Day in a Venezuelan Chavista Stronghold: Communal Resistance in Caracas

By Marco Teruggi Caracas is made up of several cities but at the same time it is one city. They

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Authentic Democracy: the Door to Socialism

By M.K. Owen (for OT) As Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC) prepares to present its Constitutional proposals to the Venezuelan

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Venezuela: Workers Take Over Thomas Greg And Sons Transnational Company and Reorganize Production

The following is a statement written by the Movimiento de Mujeres Ana Soto of Venezuela. The original can be found here,

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Venezuela’s Crisis: A View From the Communes

By Federico Fuentes Within hours of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó calling for street mobilisations to back his attempted military

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Rectification in Revolution: Days of Direct Dialogue in Communities

On May 11 and 12, community assemblies will be held throughout the country, in order to create a plan for

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El Cedral: Social Property Managed by the State Can be Successful

By Reinaldo Iturriza This weekend we went through the Hato El Cedral, in Mantecal via Elorza, in the Apure state.

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Chávez and the Communes to Build Socialism

    By Gerardo Rojas On April 25 a new meeting of President Nicolás Maduro with spokespersons of communes, “constituyentistas”,

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Freedom for the Comuneros

Editorial Note: This piece have ignited a constructive debate withing Chavismo and is related to this interview but also to

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President Maduro Convenes a Discussion of 2019 Communal Offensive Plan for Two Weeks

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, called for a practical, theoretical, political and strategic debate to

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Hear the Venezuelan voices that the corporate media chooses to ignore

Over past weeks, life in Venezuela has become increasingly difficult. Frequent blackouts have caused water shortages, leading to mounting anxiety

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