Poor maintenance from Hidrocapital has led to water shortage, which in turn has forced Venezuelans from the capital and other regions to constantly make a really hard decision: food or water?
Some say the Frente Amplio Nacional is just the MUD hidden under a new acronym. The protest this Friday proved they’re both equally weak and disconnected from people’s struggles and needs.
On Tuesday, April 17, doctors and health workers protested outside of hospitals all around the country to demand medical supplies and better wages that at least allow them to buy food.
It's not that there’s no blood; the government hasn't supplied healthcare centers with reagents anymore. Urgent changes are needed while people pay with their lives.
Business owners, students, teachers, private citizens and even dissident chavistas came together at UCV’s Aula Magna to work together towards finding a way out of this mess.
Once an emblem of civility and modernity, the Metro de Caracas now struggles under poor maintenance conditions and the regime’s propagandist approach to management.
The chance to register to vote on April 22nd closes in just a few days. Amazingly, there are long lines of 18 year old kids outside Registry offices, waiting patiently for the chance to register to vote. We talked to some of them.
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