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Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaidó climbs a railing in an attempt to reach the National Assembly building in Caracas, on January 5, 2020. A pro-Trump rioter sits at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) desk after storming the grounds of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021. (Photos: Federico Parra/AFP via Getty Images and Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images). News
After Right-Wing Coup Effort in DC, Venezuela Offers Sympathy for US Suffering What 'It Has Generated' Elsewhere
The government of President Nicolás Maduro condemned "the political polarization and the spiral of violence" fueled by a "deep" political and social crisis in the U.S.
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 On December 6, 2020, more than 6.2 million Venezuelans voted for a new National Assembly in what was Venezuela’s 25th election in the 21 years since the Bolivarian revolution began. (Photo by Cristian Hernandez / AFP/Getty Images) Views
Venezuela Elections: A Key Victory for Anti Imperialist Movement in Latin America
Throughout Latin America, poor masses, the working class and young people are rising—in response to the deepening crisis imposed upon them by U.S. imperialist domination and neo-Liberal governments.
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The Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Uruguayan Luis Almagro. (Photo: ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP via Getty Images) Views
From Trump to Bolivia and Back: A Tale of Two Coups
Bolivian right would not have succeeded, where Trump has failed, if not for an important difference: the Bolivian right had powerful help from outside the country in pulling off their coup.
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Bolivia's former president Evo Morales waves in Villazón, Bolivia on November 9, 2020 upon returning to his country from exile in Argentina, where he had sought refuge after a right-wing coup one year ago. (Photo: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP via Getty Images) News
'Historic Day': Jubilation as Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia One Year After Military Coup
Twelve months after being driven into exile by right-wing forces, socialist former president Evo Morales was "received by the very social movements who defeated the coup and restored democracy."
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An indigenous woman votes at a polling station in Huarina, Bolivia, on October 18, 2020 during the country's general election. - Landlocked Bolivia elects a new president on Sunday after a 2019 poll was annulled and follow-up elections postponed twice amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Ending Regime Change—in Bolivia and the World
In the long history of U.S.-backed "regime changes" in countries around the world, rarely have a people and a country so firmly and democratically repudiated U.S. efforts to dictate how they will be governed.
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After Socialist Victory in Bolivia, Media Still Whitewash Coup
U.S. media have a long history of reporting on Latin America that does more to please the State Department than to inform readers.
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The ruling elite in Washington, D.C., has long opposed the socialist policies of Bolivia for economic and geopolitical reasons. (Photo: Reese Erlich reporting from Bolivia for NPR) Views
What Bolivia Can Teach the United States About Democracy
The South American nation sets an example of how to undo an attempted coup.
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Supporters of Bolivia's leftist presidential candidate Luis Arce, of the Movement for Socialism Party, celebrate on October 19, 2020 in El Alto, Bolivia. (Photo: Gaston Brito Miserocchi/Getty Images) News
'A Source of Inspiration' for Egalitarians Everywhere: Progressive International Celebrates Triumph of Democracy in Bolivia
"Bolivia's election not only showed the world how to defeat authoritarianism and its imperialist allies. It also revealed the power of international solidarity to defend democracy around the world."
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'Democracy Has Won': Year After Right-Wing Coup Against Evo Morales, Socialist Luis Arce Declares Victory in Bolivia Election
"Brothers and sisters: the will of the people has been asserted," Morales declared from exile in Argentina.
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An indigenous woman signs after casting her vote at a polling station in Huarina, Bolivia, on October 18, 2020 during the country's general election. - Landlocked Bolivia elects a new president on Sunday after a 2019 poll was annulled and follow-up elections postponed twice amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP via Getty Images) News
Nearly One Year After 2019 'Right-Wing Coup,' Bolivians Head to the Polls for National Elections
"It is very important that each and every one of us calmly wait for each and every vote to be counted," said Evo Morales, the nation's ousted democratically-elected leader, from exile in Argentina.
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