Parents denounced private schools to SUDEBAN for adjusting tuition. It seems Venezuelans have lost sight of this simple fact about the economy: If you want the best, you have to pay for it.
Chavismo blatantly disregarded the constitution when it failed to provide economic data to Venezuelans and to the IMF. They had been warned and, as always, they didn’t care.
The government had called for a big Mardi Gras party in Los Próceres. Then people started shouting anti-government slogans and all hell broke loose.
The World Justice Project considers eight key factors to determine how and if governments uphold the law and if citizens can hold them accountable. Chavismo failed epically, as if officials from the government had gotten their degree at a Misión Sucre.
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