More protests and repression, more COVID-19 cases (especially among healthcare workers), and the EU mission couldn’t delay the “election”
There are serious demonstrations and repression in Yaracuy state; Juan Guaidó called for a protest on October 5th; Tareck William Saab admitted that state security forces should be restructured
Much of the population could be in extreme poverty and the pandemic increases their vulnerability; More medical personnel keeps dying from coronavirus.
The shooting in la Cota 905 was documented by neighbors and silenced by state media and the regime. PCV denounced persecution of its members and Maduro announced a civilian-military-political plan
By flexibilizing quarantine, there were protests in ten states for failures in services and shortages; 50 healthcare workers died in September; 76 days away from the “election” and we don’t know essential elements of the voting system
Perhaps it was expected, but the arguments are very weak and they even try to use Bachelet's name in their defense; Armando.Info finds a trail of corruption; The CNE is just improvising
Maduro stays quiet on the Mission’s report, but Human Rights Watch and several countries made statements about the seriousness of the crimes described
It was estrablished by the UN Mission, which documents systematic human rights violations, including murder, torture and sexual violence
Schools may be opening their doors soon; In the name of biosafety, participation in the election will be militarized; Guaidó says he won’t leave the country or stop working in 2021
Or that's what Omar Prieto, Zulia governor, says; Two healthcare workers die every day, said Médicos Unidos de Venezuela; There’s a lot of extrajudicial killings going on during the pandemic
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