As you may have noticed from watching the TV news, the protests in Venezuela have only intensified over the last few weeks. President Nicolas Maduro has called for an election for constitutional assembly which the opposition has boycotted. They say that Maduro wants to convert his rule over the country
News has come through that the Venezuelan crisis has just become worse. Venezuela has only $10.5 billion worth foreign reserves and the money is fast running out. As of today Venezuela has outstanding debt payments of $7.2 billion. The country had $30 billion worth foreign reserves in 2011, then $20
You might be surprised to know which country has the most number of millionaires in the world. No, it’s not the USA, it is actually Venezuela. But the only problem is that their money is not worth much at all. Venezuela has been struggling with rampant corruption at the moment.
There have been massive public demonstrations in Romania over the last week, in response to fears that the Romanian government was retreating on anti-corruption reforms. The government issued a decree recently, which is seen by the public as a setback in the nation’s fight against corruption. Hundreds of thousands of
Groups of followers of the government of President Nicolás Maduro raided Venezuelas National Assembly (Parliament) on this Sunday October 23rd while inside the protocol hemicycle a special session was performed. Those who managed to enter, some of them with bulletproof vests, were able to overcome all controls, even passing over