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El Sagrado Derecho a la Alimentación

    En los primeros 15 años de Revolución Bolivariana, Venezuela pasó de 2.7 millones de personas con hambre, en la década de los 90, a ser reconocida como un país donde...

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Venezuela regrets physical disappearance of the King of Saudi Arabia Abdullah Ben Abdel Aziz Al-Saoud

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs

El Presidente de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, en nombre del Gobierno y el pueblo Bolivariano expresa su más profundo pesar por la desaparición física del Rey Abdullah Ben Abdel Aziz Al-Saoud, guía político del Reino de Arabia Saudita y líder reconocido del mundo árabe.


Bolivarian Government condemns terrorist attack in Lebanon

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, on behalf of the Government and the Venezuelan people, strongly condemns the double suicide bombing on Saturday, January 10, 2015 in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, which generated an unfortunate loss human lives and numerous injuries.



Wednesday, May 27th

1763: Birth of Juan Germán Roscio

Juan Germán Roscio was born in San Francisco de Tiznados, Guarico State. He actively participated in the movement of April 19, 1810. Representing Calabozo at the Congress of 1811; he was entrusted with the drafting of the Declaration of Independence.

Roscio is author of the memorable work that dispels the darkness of the pre-independence era, and was published in Philadelphia in 1818: The triumph of Freedom over Despotism.

1819: The passage of los Andes

On May 27, 1819, the Liberator started, from Mantecal, the march to liberate New Granada. This campaign, which imposed the famous passage of the Andes, lasted "with universal astonishment" seventy-five days. The culmination of this feat was the Battle of Boyacá which gave freedom to the New Granada.

1924: Birth of Jaime Lusinchi

According to the official curriculum, Jaime Lusinchi born in Clarines, Anzoátegui State, however, his birth and baptism copies say he was born and was baptized in Maiquetía, Distrito Federal.

He began studying medicine at the University of the Andes in 1941, and ends at the Central University of Venezuela in 1947.

In 1952 Lusinchi goes into exile in Buenos Aires, Argentine. Upon returning to Venezuela in 1958, he actively jointed the Democratic Action Party.

Jaime Lusinchi was sworn in as President of the Republic on 2 February 1984. One of his first actions is to undertake negotiations for the refinancing of external debt.

On May 21, 2014, he died in Caracas from a pulmonary disease. 

Poem of the Day

Celebration of the Human Voice

Author: Eduardo Galeano

When it is genuine, when it is born of the need to speak, no one can stop the human voice. When denied a mouth, it speaks with the hands or the eyes, or the pores, or anything at all. Because every single one of us has something to say to the others, something that deserves to be celebrated or forgiven by others.