As the crisis deepens and the possibility of an election to approve a new Constitution hovers over our heads, the old debate of voting or not in an election without fair conditions resurfaces stronger than ever before. What has changed?
With Venezuela quickly falling into the void, Nicolás Maduro bets on crime and corruption to keep his broke government afloat.
Evidence of human rights violations in Venezuela keeps piling up. A 71-page report from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights was released and its message is clear: The Venezuelan regime does nothing to protect human rights.
When he was alive, half of the Venezuelan opposition thought Óscar Pérez was a chavista plant, the other half that he was a bit of a joke. His death —and the desecration of his body— have turned him in death into his dream: a real threat for the government.
Cryptocurrencies are more popular than ever, everywhere, but what does it mean to buy digital money in a country where the official currency is decomposing fast?
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