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Venezuela: Region Agrees It’s a Dictatorship

Venezuela: Region Agrees It’s a Dictatorship

“What we have in Venezuela is a dictatorship,” was the statement given by Peru’s Foreign Relations minister, Ricardo Luna, at the end of several hours of talks in Lima between government ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean. President Kuczynski had called for regional unity following the fraudulent results in […]

Humala Plans Trip to Venezuela Over Weekend

Humala Plans Trip to Venezuela Over Weekend

President Ollanta Humala plans to travel to Venezuela on the weekend,  where he will meet with that country’s president, Hugo Chavez, state news agency Andina reported. The trip is intended to deepen bilateral ties between Lima and Caracas with a focus on trade, social issues and diplomacy, Andina said. The government […]

Chávez critic granted asylum, Venezuela recalls ambassador to Peru

To protest Peru’s decision to grant political asylum to President Hugo Chavez’s most outspoken critic, Manuel Rosales, Venezuela has recalled its ambassador in Lima, daily Peru21 reported Tuesday. According to Venezuela’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Rosales should have been arrested and then extradited to his home country, where he currently faces […]

Chavez critic Manuel Rosales flees Venezuela, files for political asymlum in Peru

Venezuela’s main opposition leader and Maracaibo Mayor Manuel Rosales has fled Venezuela and sought political asylum in Peru to escape a trial on corruption charges he says are politically motivated.

by · April 22, 2009 · 0 comments · Andean Region, Politics