Cuba: The New Constitution Comes Into Force Today

10/Abr/2019.- The new Cuban legal framework recognizes the importance of private property and extends individual rights. The National Assembly of the People’s

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Caracas International Theater Festival will take place between April 12 and 21 with more than 400 activities (+ Video)

The mayor of Caracas, Erika Farías, announced the production of the Eighth International Theater Festival, with more than 400 activities

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Bolivia’s Nationalized Oil Company Finds “A Sea of Gas”

The oil well is the property of the country’s state enterprise Bolivian Fiscal Oil Fields (YPFB). Bolivian President Evo Morales

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Cuban Solidarity in Venezuela Wears a White Coat

Some 155 Venezuelan doctors will conclude their specialty training in Cuba in 2020, a great opportunity for the country considering

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Cuban-Venezuelan Program Returns Eyesight to 700,000 Bolivians

The program offers 100 percent free optometry consultations, exams, surgeries and medications to low-income people. Operation Miracle, the free Cuban-Venezuelan

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Giving a Voice to the Venezuelan People (Interview with Reinaldo Iturriza)

14/Mar/2019.- Venezuelan sociologist and former government minister Reinaldo Iturriza calls on the international left to place itself firmly on the

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The Cyber Attack , the “Unnameable” Guaidó and the Bolivarian Revolution

With a schizophrenic replay that reads “all options are on the table”: the guarimbas, the Security Council of the UN,

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Maduro On a Cabinet Shake Up

The Vice President of Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez posted on her twitter account that President Nicolas Maduro has requested all members

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“Our resistance has not been passive” (Interview)

In Caracas, wonderful things happen daily and these things do not stop happening even in difficult moments. In fact, it

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Cuba Condemns Terrorist Sabotage Against Venezuela’s Electric System

DECLARATION OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA The Revolutionary Government strongly condemns the sabotage perpetrated against the power supply system

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The Energy Trap

Definition of “power”: quality (verb and noun) of that person or group that accumulates, controls and manages energy. Noun: if

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Why Women Defend Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Since Hugo Chavez’s electoral victory in 1998, Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution has commenced a radical change in the economic, civic, and

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101 on Guaido’s Strikes of Public Employees

On March 5, 2019, Mr. Juan Guaidó, a deputy who claims to be the interim president of Venezuela, met with

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On the Sixth Anniversary of Chávez’s Death, Time for Reflection

By Aram Aharonian Six years after Hugo Chávez’s death, Venezuela is undergoing constant aggression from the U.S. government and the

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10 Years of Community Journey in El Maizal Commune: For Chávez and Socialism, We’re Going for More!

On March 5, 2009, Comandante Chávez reaffirmed, with a government decision, a central policy of his vision of socialism: the

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