Pueblo People episodes for the week of March 27th, 2021: Antivaxxer frenzy, state of emergency in South beach, and Garland the hunter
Desperate people looking online for oxygen concentrators or money for treatment, more and more complaints over the low availability of hospital beds and concern about the Brazilian variant, even inside the regime. What do we actually know?
Now that we left 2020 behind, we can see how oil production in “the country with the biggest reserves on Earth” has fallen during the Maduro years, according to OPEC
While Chile deported more than a hundred Venezuelans, and other countries reinforced their borders, Colombia provides its brand of Temporary Protection Status to Venezuelan migrants, similar to the one promised by Joe Biden
The political landscape in Venezuela changed yet again, when the last institution whose members were legally elected fell under five years of persecution. Here’s where Guaidó and his rivals stand now
On December 6th, Venezuela held an obscure parliamentary election where the government party ran virtually uncontested. Here’s our initial take of its outcome
The Maduro regime called for a fake legislative election on December 6th, and the opposition for a demonstration in the form of a referendum. Most Venezuelans will probably pass
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