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Tuesday, May 31st 2016 - 06:40 UTC

Latam is suspending flights to Venezuela because of the government's mounting debts

In a statement, Latam airlines said it would suspend its operations to Caracas airport “temporarily and for an unspecified time”.

The largest airline in Latin America, Latam, (Lan Chile and Braizl's TAM) announced it is suspending its flights to Venezuela because of the worsening economic situation. The suspension came a day after Germany's Lufthansa said it would suspend its services to the country.

Monday, May 30th 2016 - 07:36 UTC

Venezuela's public sector will only work Mondays and Tuesdays for another two weeks

President Maduro's administration blames the power shortage on a drought caused by the El Niño weather phenomenon

Venezuela's government on Saturday extended by two weeks a decree reducing the public sector workweek to Mondays and Tuesdays in a bid to tackle the oil-rich country's electricity crisis. The enforced leave was first announced in late April, a drastic move for a government also grappling with an economic crisis that has Venezuelans queuing for hours to buy scarce supplies.

Wednesday, May 25th 2016 - 06:18 UTC

Venezuela next Mercosur chair, but Uruguay will continue leading negotiations with EU

President Nicolas Maduro is accused of impeding a recall referendum which has the support of two thirds of Venezuelans, according to the latest opinion polls.

Venezuela, in the midst of a most serious domestic political and economic situation, and with less foreign allies is scheduled to take the chair of Mercosur as of next June for the following six months. However it has been agreed that Uruguay will continue leading Mercosur negotiations with the European Union for a much delayed wide ranging cooperation and trade agreement.

Tuesday, May 24th 2016 - 08:18 UTC

Brazil and Argentina to work together to help find a solution to Venezuela

“We're on alert when it comes to Venezuela. Brazil and Argentina have an interest that includes mediation,” Brazilian Foreign Minister Jose Serra said

Brazil and Argentina will work together to help find a solution to Venezuela's political crisis, Brazil's acting foreign minister said on Monday. Venezuela is facing a severe economic crisis, with the world's highest inflation and shortages. Polls indicate most Venezuelans want President Nicolas Maduro out of office.

Saturday, May 21st 2016 - 08:26 UTC

Maduro admits to being mad as a hatter, but “crazy love” for Venezuela and the revolution

“Yes, I'm mad as a mad hatter, but mad with love for Venezuela, for the Bolivarian revolution, for Chavez and his example”, admitted Maduro

Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro admitted he “was mad as a hatter”, but “mad with love” for Venezuela, the Bolivarian revolution and for the deceased leader Hugo Chavez, in a clear reference to previous statements, without mentioning him, of Uruguayan ex president Jose Mujica.

Thursday, May 19th 2016 - 08:32 UTC

Mujica says Maduro is “mad as a hatter” and everybody in Venezuela “have gone nuts”

Mujica said he respects the Venezuelan president but “this does not mean I can't say that he's mad, mad as a hatter”.

Uruguayan ex president Jose Mujica said on Wednesday that in Venezuela “everybody has gone nuts” and president Nicolas Maduro is “mad as a hatter”. The former leader was reacting to the controversy between his former foreign minister and now OAS secretary general, Luis Almagro and Maduro.

Thursday, May 19th 2016 - 08:14 UTC

Maduro prepared to escalate state of emergency following massive protests

“I will not hesitate if necessary to make such a decree to fight for the peace and security of this country,” pledged Maduro

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday he was prepared to escalate a state of emergency imposed this week after opposition-led protests in the capital and other cities. Maduro told supporters he would give the order - which implies suspending laws and rights to maintain public order - if “violent” anti-government acts occurred.

Wednesday, May 18th 2016 - 11:39 UTC

The Army must decide is they side “with the Constitution or with Maduro”, says Venezuelan opposition

“I say to the armed forces: the moment of truth has arrived - to decide whether they are with the constitution or with Maduro,” Capriles told a news conference.

The army in crisis-hit Venezuela has to choose whether it is “with the constitution or with [President Nicolas] Maduro,” opposition leader Henrique Capriles said on Tuesday.He made the statement to journalists after Maduro decreed a state of emergency broadening the powers of soldiers and police - and a day before opposition-led marches demanding a referendum to oust the president.

Monday, May 16th 2016 - 05:46 UTC

Brazil warns neighbors about “propagating falsehoods over the internal political process”

Brazil's foreign ministry “emphatically rejects” neighbors “allowing themselves to opine and propagate falsehoods over internal political process in Brazil.”

Brazil's interim government dismissed criticism by populist countries in Latin America, including Venezuela, Cuba and Bolivia, over the impeachment process of Dilma Rousseff, who was suspended as president by the senate.

Saturday, May 7th 2016 - 13:22 UTC

Venezuela accuses Washington and the opposition of plotting to overthrow Maduro

 “Venezuela has permanently been threatened by opposition forces in conjunction with imperial centers that support destabilization” claimed Delcy Rodriguez

Venezuela's foreign minister accused the United States of conspiring to topple President Nicolás Maduro's government in conjunction with Venezuela's opposition. Minister Delcy Rodríguez says the plot includes attempting to remove Maduro's government from the Organization of American States in conjunction with the organization's secretary-general, Luis Almagro.

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