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January 18th, 2015

Maduro’s return


ABSTRACT: 

  • The president returned empty handed from his international tour.

  • Among the purposes of the trip, was the one to take steps into reaching an Alliance to defend the oil market. 

  • New players have stormed in, specifically oil fracking, produced by the US

  • According to Maduro, China proposed a strategic Alliance to convert Latin America into another power to vs. the US.

  • ¨The damned fracking issue must be our outmost worry, which might mean the end of the revolution since we will lose the sole client that pays us in Dollars.¨

  • After many silent months Banco Central has again published some figures.

  • 3.96% less in production of supplies and services than that of the first 9 months of 2013. d

  • The GDP fall in 2014 was slightly superior to 4%.

  • The fall of the oil income for Venezuela in 2015 will be bigger with serious consequences for the national economy. 

  • During the first nine months of 2014 the non-oil exports continued their systematic fall.

  • In 2015 we will experience a great fall in production and consumption.

  • A press conference that caused an explosive effect on national politics.

  • At the beginning of 2014 we convoked the people to protest peacefully against the intent to consolidate a model that contradicts our democratic tradition.

  • The response of the people was a peaceful and civil rebellion.

  • 2014 went by without any signs of change on the part of the regime.

  • An overwhelming majority is demanding Maduro´s resignation.

  • The crisis has exacerbated to such an extent that it has reached unbearable extremes for the people.

  • The time of change has arrived. The people cannot admit any more delays. 

 

  

DEMOCRACIA Y DESARROLLO
Presidente: Pedro Pablo Aguilar
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Miami, FL 33102-522
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