Saturday, February 05, 2011

In the meantime in Venezuela ….

Update 2/6/2011

Dear Journalists,

While Egyptians are persevering to oust infamous Hosni Mubarak certain experts are worried if Egypt would become another Iran, or is Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei going to succeed to guide Egypt out of chaos?

Could unrest in Egypt produce an Iranian-style regime?
By Joe Sterling, CNN

In the meantime in Venezuela, opposition to infamous Hugo Chavez continues to work on restoring democracy; however, Venezuelans need help in this process. The following are recent news in case you missed them:

Chavez and thugs celebrated the anniversary of February 4, 1992 where dozens of innocent civilians were killed, and he tried to overthrow the government of the late President Carlos Andres Perez:

Venezuelan students are on hunger strike in front of the Organization of America’s state office in Caracas. The students are urging the delegation to visit and investigate alleged reports of human rights abuses in prisons. Venezuelan students protest human rights abuses

Venezuela’s workers and students marched earlier today in Caracas asking for Chavez to end expropriations.

Chavez's new threat: funding at risk for activists

HRF Asks Spain to Recognize the Existence of Prisoners of Conscience in Venezuela

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat’s article Dialogo dated February 2, 2011 represents accurately hopeless closed minded Hugo Chavez unable to have a dialogue with the opposition. The meeting with the opposition delegates turned into a profane monologue by infamous Chavez:

Venezuelans need the aid from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.


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