Relatives denounce false positive on the execution of farmers in Apure (videos)

By Laclase.info Photo taken from Laclase.info According to their relatives' testimonies, on March 25 in La Victoria, Apure state, a family of farmers was executed by members of FAES special police forces, who took them out of their home in the 5th of July community and killed them to present them as guerrilla members, in … Continue reading Relatives denounce false positive on the execution of farmers in Apure (videos)

Our second year

By Venezuelan Voices As today is our page’s second anniversary, we’ll briefly review this year as it was covered by articles and journalistic reports published in Venezuelan Voices. It has been a year in which Venezuela has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and by the regime’s instrumentalization of it to impose further social control … Continue reading Our second year

On March 8 women took the streets against patriarchal violence, for a salary that is equal to the basic food basket & free, legal and safe abortion

By La Clase Photo credit: Melanie Agrinzones from Uquira On Monday March 8, 2021, day of the working woman, we women took the streets with voices in our necks filled with demands, denounces, requirements and proposals, expressing with banners, speeches, slogans, rallies, flyers, statements, debates, declarations, poetry and songs; this is how it happened in … Continue reading On March 8 women took the streets against patriarchal violence, for a salary that is equal to the basic food basket & free, legal and safe abortion

Statement on US-Venezuela relations by Venezuelan Workers Solidarity

By Venezuelan Workers Solidarity Photo: Alejando Cremades at El Estimulo From VWS, we demand that the Biden administration lift any and all economic sanctions on Venezuela immediately and renounce all interventionist aspirations. Simultaneously, we believe that it is essential for the Left in the United States to offer true solidarity to the Venezuelan working class. … Continue reading Statement on US-Venezuela relations by Venezuelan Workers Solidarity

Maduro steps up his attacks against critical-Chavismo

By Venezuelan Voices Photo credit: ANTV Following the fraudulent elections of the National Assembly (AN) in December 2020, the de facto government headed by Maduro has stepped up its threats against Chavista sectors that critically or conditionally support him, such as the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV, Stalinist). In these elections, the PCV was part … Continue reading Maduro steps up his attacks against critical-Chavismo

Decriminalizing Abortion, the Case of Vannesa Rosales: A Conversation with Venus Faddoul

Original piece published in Venezuelanalysis The case of a young activist arrested for allegedly helping a 13-year-old rape victim terminate a pregnancy has galvanized feminist movements in Venezuela. Venus Faddoul is a lawyer and the director of 100% Estrógeno, an organization that focuses on women’s rights in Venezuela. Today Faddoul forms part of Vannesa Rosales’ defense … Continue reading Decriminalizing Abortion, the Case of Vannesa Rosales: A Conversation with Venus Faddoul

Maduro discovers the cure for COVID-19…again

By Simón Rodríguez Photo credit: Extracted from Maduro's Twitter account. While the international scientific community invests significant efforts and resources into developing an effective treatment for COVID-19, the Venezuelan government has announced it has the cure. Actually it's the fourth time Maduro claims to have a treatment for the virus that has so far claimed … Continue reading Maduro discovers the cure for COVID-19…again

To the streets again!

By Jefersson Leal Photo credit: All photos in this article are taken from Revista Cuerpo y Territorio. Sixty-four years ago, the student movement of Venezuela’s Central University (UCV) went on strike to break the silence against the military dictatorship led by Marcos Pérez Jiménez. A few days before that some high schools in Caracas had … Continue reading To the streets again!

US-Venezuela relations and the need for a real solidarity movement

By Venezuelan Voices Photo credit: Oswaldo Pacheco @ojpg72 As the new US government starts shifting away from some of Trump’s domestic and foreign policies, there is the enigma of what path it will follow regarding Venezuela. Trump's policy was totally disastrous for the Venezuelan people. It was a policy of interference and economic aggression that … Continue reading US-Venezuela relations and the need for a real solidarity movement

Border militarization against Venezuelans on the move in South America

By Venezuelan Voices Photo credit: Taken from France 24's site © EFE/ Andina. Armored units of the Peruvian Army move towards the border with Ecuador in support of the National Police to control migrants' access in Tumbes (Peru). The so-called “Lima Group”, integrated by center-right and right wing governments in Latin America which aligned themselves … Continue reading Border militarization against Venezuelans on the move in South America