Several cycles of protest and repression have taken place in Latin America during the past ten years, and they form a worrying pattern
During the 2017 protests, David Vallenilla was murdered by sargeant Arli Cleiwi Méndez Terán. The action was recorded in several videos and photos. Méndez Terán was charged with murder but on Monday, he was absolved by Maduro’s justice system.
In every corner of Venezuela, citizens protest demanding freedom and peacefully resisting Maduro’s dictatorship, and they’ve gotten better at it. Does this mean the Venezuelan opposition is all grown up?
Andrés Velázquez, legitimate Bolívar governor, offered more details from Voluntad Popular headquarters about the national strike that’ll take place on Tuesday, August 21
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