Monday, October 24, 2016

Venezuela's Unrest Grows

VOA: Venezuela Congress Says Maduro Government Staged a Coup

Venezuela's Congress declared Sunday that the government staged a coup by blocking a referendum effort that could have led to the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro.

During an emergency session, the opposition-majority legislature passed a resolution proclaiming the "breakdown of constitutional order" and "a coup d'etat committed by the Nicolas Maduro regime."

Majority leader Julio Borges of the Democratic Unity Roundtable said "A continual coup d'etat has been perpetrated in Venezuela, culminating in the decision to rob us of a recall referendum. We're here to officially declare the regrettable and painful rupture of the constitution."

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WNU Editor: When you rule against the will of the people you will suffer the consequences. This is just more signs that while the focus is on the country's economic crisis, the political unrest is only going to grow.

More News On The Growing Unrest In Venezuela

Venezuela congress presses for Maduro trial in rowdy session -- Reuters
Venezuelan Congress Accuses Maduro Government of Staging Coup -- New York Times/AP
In Venezuela, impeachment move prompts protest at National Assembly -- CNN
Venezuela National Assembly: 'Government staged coup' -- BBC
Venezuela opposition: Maduro's government staged a coup -- Al Jazeera
Venezuela’s Congress Moves to Challenge President, Supreme Court -- Bloomberg

1 comment:

Aizino Smith said...

In the U.S. a bus drive kills 13 due to fatigue.

In Venezuela bus drive kills millions due to adherence to Leftist ideology.

You can feel sorry for one of them.