The opposition alliance PUEDE announced it will organize the election of a unitary candidate in 2023, preparing for the presidential election supposed to happen in 2024. The way this primary evolves could be critical for survival of non-chavista parties
Anchored in the nostalgia of power, the opposition has fought fiercely to gain control of the UCV student movement. Although it’s a legitimate struggle to capture new leaders, the strategy pushes university students further away
As we finally come face-to-face with the ghost of sanction relief, let’s see where do the different factions of the Venezuelan opposition stand in the matter... and what is their actual sphere of influence
Despite some small advances and changes in legislation, both chavismo and the opposition make things more difficult for female politicians. But Venezuela could take some steps towards equality
After the opposition leader was the victim of a violent aggression after an event in Cojedes on June 11th, he got more support from abroad than from his domestic allies
The discussion of whether or not inviting Latin America’s most notorious autocracies to the regional talks has highlighted how these governments choke dissenting voices at home
With the Maduro regime out of the list and the opposition losing visibility, our country might be excluded from the event in Los Angeles. Bad news for us and a bleak symptom that reveals the continent’s political climate
Where are the obstacles to the effective inclusion of women in the Venezuelan political landscape? One multinational reunion is addressing these issues and more
A lot has been said about how the International Cooperation Law could hinder the work of NGOs, but in reality, it affects all civil society and universities
On May 29th, the country most deeply linked to Venezuela will have a truly historical election, where the Left could get to power for the first time. What to expect?
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