The route of the mining extractive industry in Venezuela (2014-2017)
An alliance of trade unions and political and union currents was recently formed to struggle for workers’ rights, independently the Opposition headed by Guaidó. Its objectives are to confront the brutal anti-worker policies of the Maduro Government and to repudiate imperialist interference.
For José Bodas, general secretary of the Unitary Federation of Oil Workers (FUTPV), the scarcity of gasoline is a consequence of the state of disaster of our refineries.
While millions migrate out of the country, and the Petro-State falters, a new process of accumulation by dispossession can be seen from the ground. Teran-Mantovani guides us through an exploration of the geographies of extraction and plunder in Venezuela.
More than a hundred union leaders and activists came together at the Central University of Venezuela to launch a new independent workers' front.
Author: Simón Rodríguez Porras | Photos by Oswaldo Pacheco Guzmán (used by Venezuelan Voices with the author’s permission) The military act commemorating the 6th anniversary of Chávez's death, on March 5 at the Cuartel de la Montaña, in Caracas, was the scene for Maduro's recognition of several members of the different components of the armed forces. Some … Continue reading The Chavista Armed Forces: Neither Socialist nor Anti-imperialist
The revolutionary socialists call to repudiate any threat of Trump’s military intervention and the coup attempt by Guaido and the pro-Yankee right from a position independent from the Maduro government which we do not endorse for its anti-worker and repressive nature.