On December 15th it will be twenty years since the referendum that passed the Carta Magna designed by the chavismo to take over the State. But today, that fundamental law has many meanings.
There’s a reason why the ILO established in its 26th Convention that governments must consult with the private sector before proposing an increase in the minimum wage.
July 5, 1811 was a civilian event with hardly any military implications. Why is there a military parade when the military had nothing to do with it and when will we celebrate the civil ideas that defined our independence and forged the Republic?
Opposition parties have fought hard for a shy success in recent years. One of their main challenges is to recover people's trust.
It’s hard to find tickets to travel domestically in Venezuela, probably because a breakfast for two is more expensive than the plane ride.
Before there was Wikipedia, there was the Fundación Polar’s Diccionario de Historia de Venezuela. Now every Venezuelan history nerd’s favorite is one click away.
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