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The Bolivia Solidarity Campaign urges all its supporters to say NO to international fascist terrorism whose intention is to spit Bolivia apart! Please sign the petition.

They are using their violent methods to destroy and balkanize Bolivia, one of the poorest countries of the Western hemisphere (yet, incredibly rich in natural resources).

 

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On Tuesday, May 5, Argenis Vázquez, Secretary of the Toyota union SINTRATOYOTA, was murdered as he was leaving his home in Los Chaimas de Cumaná; in the state of Sucre, to attend a scheduled meeting at Toyota headquarters.

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At the close of the Summit of the America's in April, leaders of the ALBA nations, Venezuela, Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaragua and Honduras released the following statement condemning all futile attempts to solve the world financial crisis without tackling its real causes and attempted to open debate about the real issues. Read the full communique here.

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Manuel Rosales, a prominent Venezuelan opposition leader and mayor of Maracaibo facing corruption charges, failed to appear at a court appointment on Monday and has reportedly arrived in Peru and sought political asylum.

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We are pleased to announce the launch of the website of Hands Off Venezuela in Iran (in Farsi).

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No Volveran the film made by members of the Hands Off Venezuela campaign was broadcast to millions on the popular daily show La Hojilla. The presenter, Mario Silva described the documentary saying: "This documentary shows how the people organise from the ranks, and also the organisation of the working class in the factories".

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At 9:35pm yesterday local time, with 94.2% of voted counted, Venezuela’s National Electoral Council announced that Venezuelans had voted 54.4% to 45.6% in favor of a constitutional amendment to eliminate the two-term limit on all elected office.

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Since the trumpets and fireworks woke up Venezuelans at three o'clock yesterday morning to vote in a national referendum on whether to amend the constitution to abolish the two-term limit on all elected offices, the electoral process has been tranquil, democratic, and efficient.

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Today Venezuelans will go to the polls to vote for or against an amendment to the constitution to eliminate the two-term limit on all elected offices. Both sides rallied, marched, attended concerts, and participated in motorcades on Thursday and Friday, to close off their campaigns.

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