While the push for getting the aid into the country faced military and paramilitary violence in three of our borders, at former chavista strongholds people demand a change, now. This is the second entry of Camille’s motorcycle diaries, a series of dispatches on mototaxi from Caracas.
It’s a currency that doesn’t exist, and it’s illegal for the U.S., but when chavismo makes it mandatory to pay for intellectual property in petros, how can international clients protect their work without getting accused of a crime?
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