Tareck El Aissaimi, one of the historic figures of ruling chavismo, seems to fall from grace, as a bunch of people—including a mayor, a construction magnate and several high ranking officials—have been arrested on charges of massive corruption
Zulianos celebrate a regional holiday that’s a complicated milestone: the region’s separation from Spain and union to the Republic of Colombia. The history of what happened explains why this is so tricky
Eons ago, the political parties and leaders out of the chavista movement melted themselves into the unitary agenda as the only way to defeat the caudillo. 20 years later, they are both weak as a coalition and individually
Months of unease within the opposition produced a new, big crevasse in the weak alliance with the defenestration of Guaidó’s caretakership, in a way that shattered what remained of the opposition’s chances and image among voters
We’ve been able to hang on for 19 years in one of the craziest media landscapes in the world. Now, the difficulty level was raised abruptly with the global pandemic. We’ve seen different media outlets in Venezuela (and abroad) cutting personnel to avoid closing shop. This is something we’re looking to avoid at all costs, and it seems we will. But your collaboration goes a long way in helping us weather the storm.