With 58% of Venezuelans not showing up to vote, the ruling PSUV Sunday won regional and local elections by a landslide.Add your comment!
Venezuela, a country that has praised Nicaragua's recent rigged elections most of the world has condemned, is going back to the polls Sunday to choose legislators as well as regional and local authorities.
Venezuela's Foreign Minister Félix Plasencia Thursday criticized the European Union's decision to uphold sanctions against over 50 officials of the Nicolás Maduro administration ahead of Sunday's elections.
Venezuelan workers Wednesday took to the streets Wednesday to demand a change in the country's policies together with better pay for them and their families.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales landed in Buenos Aires aboard a Venezuela-registered aircraft blacklisted by the United States Treasury Department.
The Venezuelan government walked out of negotiations with the opposition following on the extradition of Colombian businessman Alex Saab from Cape Verde to the United States where he faces trial on money laundering and corruption.
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis Almagro Thursday pledged he would ask the United Nations to request the exhumation and autopsy of the late Venezuelan General Raúl Baduel, who died of COVID-19 while incarcerated by the Nicolás Maduro regime for alleged political crimes.
Colombian President Iván Duque was sceptical of the offer from Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro, who asked investors to return to that country.
The land crossing between Venezuela and Colombia through the Simón Bolívar international bridge has been reopened Monday after 32 months, following the removal of the three containers which blocked the way, it was announced.
Venezuela has announced that it will incorporate the government delegation in negotiations with the political opposition in Mexico, Alex Saab, a close ally jailed in Cape Verde, Africa who is to be extradited to the United States on corruption and money laundering charges.