Tag Archives: Leopoldo Lopez

Venezuela’s final death throes


Arrest of the mayor of Venezuela’s largest city on charges of treason should, but probably will not, end the dictatorial reign of Chavista el Presidente Maduro. My wife, Jeanie, and I spent periods totaling more than two years, and ranging … Continue reading

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Turmoil and repression increase in Venezuela


The ill-fated talks between befuddled opposition leaders and the Chavista regime have collapsed and the repression of protesters has increased. “Dialogue” with Chavistas The Chavista regime has not engaged in meaningful dialogue with the opposition and will continue to evade┬áit. … Continue reading

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The crisis in Venezuela broadens and deepens


As the day progresses, I expect there to be substantial activity in Venezuela. As I learn of it, updates will be provided here or through new posts. Few seem to know what to do. Perhaps Leopoldo Lopez does. According to … Continue reading

Posted in Chavez, Civil War, Elections, Government reliance, Leopoldo Lopez, Limitation on Authority, Maduro, Media, Military, Murder, Politics, Socialism, voting rights | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments