Research by Transparency International Venezuela and Ecoanalítica estimated the size of the criminal economies that deal in gold, drugs, and gasoline with the enthusiastic participation of a corrupt State
Being a Venezuelan in the UK, I can’t but notice one thing in common between two so different worlds: the noisy, dirty money from Moscow
NGO INRAV is working on convincing Congress to create a fund and freeze the Venezuelan resources obtained through corruption and embezzlement, using the VERDAD Act
As populist parties usually do, chavismo has always resorted to victimization as casus belli behind collective vengeance. Now the sanctions are at the center of a patriotic resistance story
Despite an economy in shambles the construction business is reactivating . What is hiding behind this unlikely boom?
Transparency International just released its Corruption Perceptions Index 2019, and other than placing Venezuela almost at the very bottom, it offers perspective into why corruption hits us so—and what we can do to fix it.
On the afternoon of March 7th, the power went off in all states. In many parts of the country, there has not been a minute of electricity since then to the noon of March 10th. Here is what we know of what could happen in a country that used to export electricity and still has the largest oil reserves on Earth.
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