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In Milan, severe disruption caused by a heavy rainstorm which paralysed the city forced the organisers to postpone the party in solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution planned for the evening of September 18 to the next day, Sunday, September 19. Many who were planning to attend on the original date could not make it but nevertheless 20 people attended, in spite of the disruptions and a blackout in the area caused by the previous day's storm. They showed real interest in the material of the local HOV campaign and in the magazine of the Marxist tendency in the PSUV, Lucha de Clases.

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London-3On Saturday September 18, some 40 people attended the London branch of Hands Off Venezuela’s vibrant rally in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution. An international day of solidarity had been called by the Venezuelan branch of HOV and the Bolivarian People’s Congress in light of the upcoming National Assembly elections.

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LondonAround the world Hands Off Venezuela activists expressed their solidarity with the revolution in Venezuela. In 18 countries hundreds of workers and youth gathered in meetings and other activities to discuss the upcoming elections and spread information about the revolution. Here are a reports from Greece, Belgium, USA and El Salvador with pictures.

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Toronto-2Hands Off Venezuela, the Toronto Bolivarian Circle “Louis Riel” and Société Bolivarienne du Québec organised three succesful events in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal. Here are the reports with pictures.

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FlakkenjergIn the run-up to the elections in Venezuela on September 26, Hands off Venezuela Denmark has published a book, ”the Venezuelan Revolution – eyewitness account and analysis”, by the author Andreas Bülow. This is the first book on the subject in Danish.

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We travelled to Caracas in July 2010 to see how the Bolivarian revolution was progressing. Of everything we saw, we found the degree of community level organisation the most impressive. Since 2006, thousands of communal councils have been set up by Venezuelans.  The size of the communal councils can range from 150 families in cities to 10 families in rural areas. Following the tradition of social movements in Venezuela, communal councils are set up to deal with local problems such as schools, roads and cultural-political activities.

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Video of the appeal by the Bolivarian Congress of the Peoples' and the Hands Off Venezuela campaign for an international campaign in solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution coinciding with the September 26 National Assembly elections. Hear ordinary Venezuelans explain why they support the revolution.

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The leaders of British trade unions representing more than 5 million workers sign Hands Off Venezuela appeal in support of the Bolivarian revolution and the PSUV candidates for the National Assembly elections.

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The Bolivarian Revolution has suffered from the beginning from the economic sabotage of the employers. Workers, following Chavez’s call, have responded by occupying some of these factories and running them under workers’ control. This is one of the conquests of the revolution that workers will be defending on September 26. Here is a short account of one such experience of workers’ control.

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