Tag: Venezuela

Maduro Announces minimum wage increase by 60% in Venezuela

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The Venezuelan President announced the increase in the minimum wage in the country to protect workers from the effects of the economic war. 

Survey reveals that 8 of every 10 Venezuelans reject violence

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Most Venezuelans believe that violent protests are not a method of protest and that right should respect the electoral calendar in the country. 

Pope calls on Venezuela to prevent violence

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The Pontiff spoke out against the latest acts of violence that have occurred in the country during the protests of the right. It called on the Government and its citizens to avoid violence.

Venezuela: Leader of right admits gang diversion

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“If they could burn today at Venezuela, would make it”, said Diana D’Agostino in relation to the party’s right-wing Popular will (VP).

Secretary of the ALBA-TCP greets removal of Venezuela’s OAS

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Bolivia announced and Secretary of the ALBA-TCP, David Choquehuanca, considers it necessary to re-evaluate the role of the OAS and to analyze its role in the region. He stressed that this will be the topic at the meeting convened by the Government of Venezuela Celac.

58 million banknotes of 1,000 arrive in Venezuela

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In the next 15 days arrive in the country new shipments with banknotes of 1,000 bolívares (1.4 dollars, according to the highest official rate), according to the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV). 

Silvio Rodríguez urges Venezuelans to continue the fight

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Before the stage of violence living in Venezuela, the renowned musician urged Venezuelans not to abandon the fight.

Venezuela reaffirms its sovereignty to formalize his retirement from OAS

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Interventionism against Venezuela powered by some Governments of the OAS, with the support of the Secretary general Luis Almagro, is the cause of the withdrawal of the nation, a process that will last 24 months. 

Saint Kitts and Nevis offers support for dialogue in Venezuela

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The Prime Minister reported that so far dialogue is a work in progress and as soon as it will give more information to the public in the development of these conversations.

Venezuelan Ombudsman rejects AN “ultimatum”

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The Venezuelan AN expired, Tarek William Saab challenged the opposition: “I hope with serenity and calm tomorrow compliant literally each of vengeance and abuse that vociferaron in plenary”.