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Opposition Uses Maduro Family Drug Case to Revive Impeachment

In its latest show of division, elements of the Venezuelan opposition appear to be using the U.S. drug case against two nephews of Venezuela’s first lady in order to halt the Vatican-brokered peace talks with the government after the case was brought up during a Tuesday night National Assembly session.

Opposition PNP wants Jamaica to justify its vote at OAS summit

KINGSTON, Jamaica June 28, 2016– Jamaica's main Opposition, the People's National Party,wants the Government to declare Jamaica’s position on whether to accept the agenda at the recent meeting called by the Permanent Council of the Organisation of American States (OAS), which failed to recognize the legitimacy of the democratically elected government of Venezuela.

OAS Backs Venezuela, Approves Review of Almagro's Actions

The Organization of American States wrapped up a three-day session focused on discussing the situation in Venezuela on Wednesday with a decision in favor of taking further action to assess whether OAS chief Luis Almagro’s move to invoke the Democratic Charter against the South American nation was legitimate.

Dangerous Diplomacy: US lauds Mexico & Honduras, targets Venezuela

President Barack Obama declared Venezuela an “extraordinary threat to national security” March 9 on the basis of alleged human rights abuses and political corruption.This is part of an ongoing U.S. campaign of aggression toward Venezuela, which includes actively supporting right-wing Venezuelan opposition forces in fomenting chaos and instability in attempts to execute a coup against President Nicolas Maduro.
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