Nicolas Maduro

Networks of International Hate Will Destroy Venezuela

Isaac Nahon-Serfaty | Posted 07.23.2014 | Canada
Isaac Nahon-Serfaty

Attracted to these networks of hate are certain academics who openly defend Venezuela's authoritarian regime with weak arguments that do not withstand a minimal confrontation with the facts. These academics are blind and deaf before evidence, even when it is irrefutable and speaks for itself.

A Coup in Venezuela Means Another Victory For Corruption

Mark Taliano | Posted 05.12.2014 | Canada
Mark Taliano

All of the destabilization tactics are designed to convey the impression that the government is incompetent, and that it needs to be changed. Ultimately, though, widespread support is needed, and in this respect, the opposition -- though well-funded by the U.S. -- has so far failed.

Harper's Two Faces: Flirting with a Dictatorship

Maria Fleming | Posted 07.16.2013 | Canada Politics
Maria Fleming

It didn't take long for Harper to express his opinions about Chavez's government after his death. On the very same day that the controversial ruler of...

Venezuelans Across Canada Gather In Citizens' Assemblies, Issue Public Statement Regarding Crisis

Daniel L. Rodriguez | Posted 03.23.2013 | Canada Alberta
Daniel L. Rodriguez

Dozens of Venezuelans gathered last Saturday in a citizens' assembly across many of Canada's largest cities and demanded, in a public declaration, the restitution of constitutional order in Venezuela and that the sovereignty of their country be respected.

Venezuelan Vice-President Describes Canadian Proposal At OAS As 'Miserable'

Daniel L. Rodriguez | Posted 03.20.2013 | Canada Alberta
Daniel L. Rodriguez

Venezuelan Vice-president Nicolas Maduro condemned as "miserable" the proposal from Canada to send a diplomatic mission from the Organization of American States (OAS) to study the crisis in Venezuela.