Multiple choice voting , at first, may sound like a lame strategy for the opposition primaries. However, Alejandro makes a strong case that this is the only way to produce a strong contender
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Venezuela on the web
Venny’s back in business, baby.
But before you get too excited thinking about the survival of the pragmatist approach, remember that the last time chavismo had full access to the international markets (and loads of Benjamins coming in) this happened:
And it wasn’t the sanctions. We pulled this chart from the article above.
The U.N. Trust is Moving Forward
The U.N. managed trust agreed upon in the social agreement between government and opposition had been delayed because the U.S. couldn’t provide assurances that it would protect the funds from creditors. Our PRR sources say the assurances are in the mail.
This is important because the ball will be, again, in Maduro’s court.
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The End of Title 42
Difference between Title 42 and Title 8
NYT: What is Title 8?
Under Title 42, there was no penalty for those caught crossing illegally and deported, so many people made multiple attempts to enter the country. Under Title 8, repeated illegal border crossings carry escalating criminal penalties.