Guaidó is sworn in as President of Parliament in the National Assembly

The opposition leader Juan Guaidó swore on Tuesday as president of the Parliament of Venezuela, after being ratified by votes of opposition deputies, in a rugged session in the Legislative Palace that took place without electricity and to which the military tried to prevent his entry.

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“Die America”: Thousands of people in Iraq ask for revenge against the US at the funeral of General Soleimani

Thousands of Iraqis, including high authorities in the country, called for revenge this Saturday in Baghdad, all at the funeral of the powerful general Qasim Soleimani, who died in the attack of an American drone.

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Vice President of Panama receives the designated Venezuelan representative of the president in charge, Juan Guaidó

The Vice President and Chancellor, Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado, received on Friday the courtesy visit of Fabiola Zavarce, Representative for Panama appointed by the President in Charge of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, accompanied by Vice Chancellor Luis Miguel Hincapié.

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Former President of Bolivia qualifies Nicolás Maduro’s government, as “Midas in reverse”

Regarding his visit to the Dominican Republic, to participate in the Seminar “Latin America: Opportunities and Challenges” organized by the Analysis Center for Public Policy (CAPP) along with the Liberal Network of Latin America and the International Foundation for Freedom (FIL) was held last Friday, October 12, the former president of Bolivia, Tuto Quiroga said that “Venezuela, the richest country in the Americas has collapsed in all imaginable dimensions.” Continue reading “Former President of Bolivia qualifies Nicolás Maduro’s government, as “Midas in reverse””