Maduro: Venezuela Now Free of “US Ministry of Colonies”

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro described the country’s withdrawal from the Organization of the American States (OAS) as a liberation from

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4 Caricom Leaders Leave OAS Meeting to Boycott Guaido Rep

Caricom leaders boycott presence of Juan Guaido representative of Venezuela at OAS meeting in New York. Ambassadors from four Caribbean

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Venezuelan Opposition Reps Throw Temper Tantrums When Confronted About Lack of Legitimacy, Interventionist Plans at OAS

At the OAS, two top representatives of Juan Guaido’s US-backed shadow government – Gustavo Tarre and David Smolansky – lost

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13 OAS Members do Not Recognize Guaido’s “Representative” (OAS Falling Apart)

This Tuesday, before the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), a significant number of member states expressed

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Venezuela Walks from OAS as Body Violates Charter in Support of US-Backed Coup

“You have converted the OAS into an empty shell that has violated its own principles and you’re now proving that

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Monroe Doctrine in Practice: OAS Promoting a Coup in Venezuelan

On April 9, a session of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) was again convened to

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Who is Gustavo Tarre Briceno? A Brief profile

The Guaido’s new “ambassador” to what remains of the OAS, born in Caracas in 1946, Gustavo Tarre Briceño is remembered

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OAS Sacrifices Its Charter for Trump’s Desperate Venezuelan Regime Change Bid

In a legally dubious attempt to legitimize Juan Guaido’s shadow regime, the US pushed to install a neoliberal operative implicated

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Mexico: Guaido’s Envoy Appointment to OAS Against Own Charter

The Mexican Representative declared that “the so-called doctrine of 18 votes has been instituted (…) which has generated the precedent

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Representative of Venezuela: “We’re Leaving and to this OAS We Will Never Return!” (+ Video)

With 18 votes in favor (six less than the 24 statutory votes required for such decisions), the Permanent Council of

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Panama Asks to Strengthen Guaidó Within the OAS

The president of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, has asked to strengthen the coup leader Juan Guaidó in the Organization of

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OAS: Ambassador Moncada Slams US’ ‘Pillage’ of Venezuela

“If you want to help Venezuela, do not threaten us with war and return what has been stolen,” Moncada said

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Caricom to Almagro: “You Don’t Speak For The Entire OAS”

The Caribbean Community has written to Luis Almagro rejecting his position on Venezuela making evident the deterioration of the US

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Coup in Venezuela: What Next?

Marco Teruggi, a Caracas‐based political commentator, examines the situation of the Bolivarian Government in the international chessboard. By Marco Teruggi

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Mexico Asks the OAS to Review the Legal Status of the Appointment of Juan Guaido

The ambassador of Mexico to the OAS, Jorge Lomónaco, asked to review the “delicate situation” of the international support for

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