Nicolás Maduro on Venezuela’s new Anti-Blockade Law

At the end of September, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro spoke to the National Constituent Assembly and proposed a new Anti-Blockade law, designed to combat the effects of the brutal and cruel U.S. economic war on Venezuela. In this speech he explains then proposed changes and the motivation behind them.

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Venezuela’s anti-blockade law and the Dec. 6 elections

On Sunday, Dec. 6, the Venezuelan people will vote to elect the new deputies of the National Assembly. This election is enormously important for the Bolivarian Revolution. The progressive forces are mobilizing nationwide to win back the assembly from right-wing politicians who won the majority in December 2015. Read about the new “anti-blockade” law designed to combat U.S. economic warfare here.

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Why Venezuela’s Dec. 6 election is legitimate

The rhetoric from the Venezuelan right-wing and the U.S. government which declares any elections in Venezuela as “undemocratic” ignores the long history of adherence to constitutional principles and participatory democracy led by the working class grassroots.The December 6 election has the potential to end the constitutional crisis provoked by the counter-revolution by retaking the National Assembly for the Bolivarian Revolution.

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Trump Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick Worldwide

While Cuba has 2000 medical personnel fighting COVID-19 in 26 countries all around the world, the U.S. has intensified its attacks not just on Cuba, but on those very doctors and nurses. Meanwhile the movement to nominate those heroes for the Nobel Peace Prize continues to pick up steam.

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Defying U.S. sanctions, first Iranian tanker reaches Venezuela

May 25, 2020 by Gloria La Riva reprinted from Liberation News The enhanced U.S. military presence in Caribbean waters did not deter Iran as the first of its five giant tankers full of gasoline and refinery supplies reached Venezuela’s waters late Saturday, May 23. It docked today in the port of the El Palito refinery, 100 miles west of Caracas.

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Trump’s anti-Cuban policy encourages terrorism

Too many days have passed since the terrorist attack against the Cuban embassy building in Washington, which occurred in the early hours of April 30, and the United States government still has had no official contact about this hateful act with Cuban authorities in both Washington and Havana. The Alianza Martiana calls on the State Department and the White House to condemn this terrorist act

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Paramilitary invasions in Venezuela: Made in USA

Venezuelan forces have repelled at least two armed invasions of the country in recent days. “We have defeated them in the street, we have defeated them electorally, we have defeated them militarily… Because of this, they have left all their hope in a military intervention of the highest level… Our answer is this: Bolivarian Fury.” — President of the Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello.

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ANSWER condemns latest U.S. plots against Venezuela

The ANSWER Coalition, of which the Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee is a part, condemns the latest acts of aggression against the government of President Nicolás Maduro and people of Venezuela, attempted by paramilitaries on May 3 near the coastal town of Macuto, and another thwarted infiltration today of eight terrorists, May 4, 40 miles west of Macuto, in Chuao near the sea. The Venezuelan authorities as of the evening of Monday, May 4, indicate that more plots may be unfolding, calling for maximum alert.

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