Solidarity Statement against Regime Change in Venezuela & US Sanctions

sign and shareWe are forwarding here a statement from the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign with the request that you support it and circulate it further. After that we give you links to three articles which give up-to-date insights into the situation in Venezuela

We are writing to ask you to sign a solidarity statement/letter regarding the latest serious developments in Venezuela, where the Right-wing has declared a new campaign to 'oust' the constitutional, elected President Nicolas Maduro and U.S sanctions against the country have been renewed. The full text of the letter can be found below - please reply to this email asap ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) to add your name.

Best wishes,

Tony Burke, Unite the Union,
Dr. Francisco Dominguez, Venezuela Solidarity Campaig
Colin Burgon, Labour Friends of Venezuela


We, the undersigned, note the growing concern across progressive movements and governments across Latin America that elements of the Right Wing within Venezuela have called again for the 'ousting' of the elected President Nicolas Maduro before the constitutional end of his term.

The success of such a campaign would mean the implementation of a hardline neo-liberal programme in Venezuela, which could only further exacerbate the country's economic problems and overturn the advances in social programmes and labour rights of recent years.

Announcements from the right-wing this week follow the decision of the US to renew sanctions against Venezuela, which have been condemned by the Union of South American nations.Agreeing with the Latin American community of nations, we call for respect for Venezuela's national sovereignty and ongoing solidarity with the social achievements Venezuela has made in recent years.


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1. Venezuela’s Right Wing Confesses to 17 years of Political Delinquency: The Amnesty Bill -

2. Right Wing Majority in Venezuela’s National Assembly: The Constitutional and Political Stakes -

3. Fixing the Venezuelan Economy -