The political landscape in Venezuela changed yet again, when the last institution whose members were legally elected fell under five years of persecution. Here’s where Guaidó and his rivals stand now
This year, like 2019, leaves a different country behind, with a more solid dictatorship, the expanding impact of sanctions and the pandemic. A different reality demands a different conversation
On December 6th, Venezuela held an obscure parliamentary election where the government party ran virtually uncontested. Here’s our initial take of its outcome
The charade of December 6th, 2020, is no one’s idea of a fair election. It will be remembered for burying the last duly elected institution left in Venezuela, and clarifying our present predicament
Here's part of Friday's PRR analysis on what the December 6th legislative elections mean for the Maduro regime and the opposition.
The Maduro regime called for a fake legislative election on December 6th, and the opposition for a demonstration in the form of a referendum. Most Venezuelans will probably pass
The Maduro regime charged against two of the Venezuelan NGOs that have been most effective in helping vulnerable communities, Alimenta la Solidaridad and Caracas Mi Convive. This is how the people who depend on them every day feel
Leamsy Salazar came from glorified soldier in 2002 to famous defector in 2015. Now, he’s the star of a conspiracy theory to discredit the U.S. election where Trump’s legal team already suffered their first casualty
What’s left of the opposition is trying to reignite protests and recover international attention, while the regime goes forward with the legislative elections. This is a snapshot of Venezuelan current politics
What does this election say about the politics of our Florida diaspora in Trump’s favorite state?
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