15th February 2007
To view a series of graphs detailing various aspects of the Venezuelan economic situation
This material is published in response to the erroneous claims made by this week by Australian Treasurer Peter Costello in relation to the Venezuelan economy.
Published by the Australia-Venezuela Solidarity Network.
By Jorge Martin - In Defense of Marxism
Thursday, Nov 02, 2006
The campaign for Venezuela's presidential election on December 3rd is already well under way. But this is far from a normal election. On December 3rd what is really at stake is the future of the Bolivarian Revolution.
by Jorge Jorquera
Venezuelan Politics and Class
Neoliberalism, the Erosion of Consensus and the Rise of a New Popular Movement*
The ‘Democratic Strategy’ of the Bolivarian Revolution
Beginning of a Counter-Power
Problem of Political Leadership
A New Era of Latin American Rebellion and Revolution
* The term popular is used here in the sense of the Spanish language word popular, which in English translates something more like “ordinary people”.
Interview with Hugo Chavez
Bitter Lessons of Chile
NATIONAL CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
[Below, Links provides translations of the draft program and principles of the provisionally named United Socialist Party of Venezuela, which are
currently being discussed at its founding congress. The documents were drafted by the provisional leadership of the PSUV.
Resolutions adopted at the Latin America & Asia Pacific International Solidarity Forum in Melbourne, October 11-14, 2007
International Solidarity Forum resolution: Statement of Solidarity
We came and met together from many different countries.
We came because we are some of those who have to struggle.
We have to fight the capitalists. We have to fight and win.
To fight we need to meet, and talk about our problems.
The ways we get defeated, the ways in which we are winning.
The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Hugo Chavez Frias, presented to the Venezuelan People on the 15 August 2007, a proposal of the Constitutional Reform. This proposal modifies 10% of the articulated text, 33 out of 350 articles, without affecting its structure or its fundamental principles. Nevertheless, it introduces adjustments indispensable for the deepening of the Constitutional and Democratic Revolution initiated in 1999.
An Account of April 11-13, 2002, in Venezuela
For the fifth anniversary of the defeat of the April 11-13 coup attempt, the most complete account—in English—of what happened and an examination of the most pressing questions around the events of those days.
By: Gregory Wilpert – Venezuelanalysis.com Published: 13/04/07