Guaidó Claims to Have Won Elections for 20 Years in Venezuela

In an interview with the German state news outlet, Deutsche Welle on Sunday, March 31, the deputy Juan Guaido –

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Supreme Court requested National Constituent Assembly to Revoke Guaido’s Parliamentary Immunity

The President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Justice Maikel Moreno, asked the National Constituent Assembly to revoke the immunity

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Venezuela’s Authorities Rule to Ban Guaido From Public Office for 15 Years

Opposition leader Juan Guaido has received the maximum punishment allowable by law in the Latin American country over a discrepancy

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The Return of the Self-Proclaimed: Legal Analysis

On January 29, 2019, the Attorney General of the Republic, Tarek William Saab, petitioned the Supreme Court of Justice for

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Supreme Court Approves Precautionary Measures Against Guaidó

The precautionary measures for the opposition deputy will be in effect for the duration of the investigation. The Supreme Court

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5 Arrested for the Burning of Robert Serra’s Cultural House

President Nicolás Maduro reported Tuesday that five people have been arrested for the burning of the Robert Serra Cultural House

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Supreme Court Reiterates: Acts of AN in Contempt are Null

The Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) indicated that the National Assembly (AN) in contempt violated the Constitution by disregarding the

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Following Guilty Verdicts for Seven Men but Not ‘Masterminds of Crime

A Honduran court on Thursday found seven men guilty of the murder of Indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres, whose role

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