While the UN discusses plans on how to best help Venezuela and Pompeo talks of reopening the American embassy in Caracas, Nicolás Maduro’s regime keeps announcing unreliable figures about COVID-19 in the country
A leaked document announces radical changes in the company; Coronavirus figures keep rising along with another host of problems.
Old political actors are appointed to the Oil and Energy Ministry, and the PDVSA presidency, where they announce the same old measures that have failed to achieve economic growth for seven years
The regime announced an upcoming list of controlled prices and developed a propaganda and inspection operation to blame the private sector, again, for inflation
Venezuela has to choose between going hungry or avoiding the pandemic and that’s the reason it’s one protest after another, while there’s a gas shortage and public services fail.
The regime answers lootings in the eastern coast with repression, and speaks of new price controls; Juan Guaidó's administration begins to actually help out healthcare workers; The nation thrudges over severe fuel scarcity.
The National Assembly annulled the resolution of the Ministry of Ecological Mining Development, which takes advantage of the pandemic to allow extraction and exploitation in the basins of the Caroní, Caura, Aro, Cuchivero, Yuriari and Cuyuní rivers.
The negative prices of oil is really bad news for Venezuela, we’ll see the consequences soon enough. The government keeps citizens on lockdown, like they keep the military in the barracks.
Failures in epidemiology controls explain this exponential increase, but the regime wants to blame patients and the Acción Democrática governor.
Workers who apply for the program will get 100 dollars, without having to present the carnet de la patria. The regime, however, maintains its blackmail policy.
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