A former Venezuelan judge who says she was forced under threat to sign arrest warrants for President Nicolas Maduro’s political opponents is seeking refugee protection in Canada.
“Canada condemns yesterday’s decision by the National Electoral Authority to refuse to allow the substitution of candidates, which heavily and illegally favours the Maduro regime.
“This action violates Venezuela’s electoral law and further erodes the democratic rights of the people of Venezuela. Canada will continue to stand with the people of Venezuela in the face […]
U.S. travel ban follows Canada’s freezing assets and prohibiting economic dealings for 40 top members of the Nicolas Maduro government.
The supporters of the dictatorship are not welcome in Canada, where they and their families enjoy the human rights they have denied Venezuelans.
In 1941, Montréal was the first metropolitan area in the country to reach one million inhabitants, but Toronto surpassed Montréal to become the largest by 1976, and has never looked back.
There are now 9.8 million families in Canada, according to the 2016 Census. This is 15 times as many as in 1871, when the first census was taken after Confederation. Yet as the number of families increased, their size decreased.
Venezuela’s socialist government says a national election has given it a popular mandate to dramatically recast the country’s political system even as condemnations of the process have poured in from nations abroad and opponents at home.
Más de 16 mil venezolanos se reunieron en 18 puntos soberanos en Canadá para participar en la Consulta Popular convocada por la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática. En Ottawa, capital de este país norteamericano, participaron 644 personas, según Anirt Rojo, coordinadora de comunicaciones del punto soberano del Jack Purcell Community Centre. Ontario es la provincia […]
Canada congratulates the people of Venezuela for exercising their democratic rights today during the national unofficial vote on the government’s plan to rewrite the constitution and the political future of their country.
Les Vénézuéliens de Montréal ont répondu massivement à l’appel de l’opposition, qui organisait dimanche une consultation populaire symbolique sur le gouvernement de Nicolas Maduro et son projet de nouvelle Constitution.
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