Caracas: In Venezuela, Has Plenty Of Food

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Want to know what is really happening in the Venezuelan Capital?

Representatives of 85 Countries Arrive to Caracas for Peoples’ Assembly ~ The activity will bring together more than 500 representatives in the Venezuelan capital from February 24 to 27

On February 23, delegations from 85 countries began to arrive in Caracas to participate in a meeting in solidarity with Venezuela as part of International Peoples’ Assembly (IPA). The meeting will take place from February 24 to 27. At a press conference on Saturday, the members of the coordinating committee of the Assembly discussed the details of the meeting and its organization.

Whats happening in Venezuela?

João Pedro Stedile, member of the National Board of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST), and coordinator of the Vía Campesina International, said that the date chosen for the event symbolizes solidarity with Venezuela, which is a target of attacks from neighboring governments and the United States.

“We are here, the coordinating commission of the International Peoples’ Assembly. For the last two years we have been preparing for the Assembly and we decided that it be held here in Caracas, on this date, as a form of solidarity from all of the organizations in the world with the government of Nicolás Maduro and with the Venezuelan people,” noted Stedile.

Struggle in defense of life

The representative of Spain, Marga Ferré, affirmed that although European governments have openly defended an intervention in Venezuela, this is not the position of the majority of the citizens of these countries, who reject violence as a form of solution to conflicts.

“The people of Europe do not want a military intervention, and part of what we will debate in the following days is how to build an agenda of solidarity with Venezuela and work on this in Europe. Something we believe in strongly is that every people has the right to be governed how they want,” she highlighted.

Representing the United States, Claudia de la Cruz, member of the Popular Education Project, termed the position of the government of Donald Trump as “immoral” and highlighted the contradictions in the discourse about the “humanitarian crisis” in the Latin American country.

“It is embarrassing, it is criminal and immoral that the United States – a country where 140 million poor people live, where 6 million live with hunger daily – comes and tells Venezuela that there is a humanitarian crisis. Venezuela has the resistance and the defense of the revolution that permits the redistribution of riches to the most poor, the most dispossessed. Venezuela does not have a humanitarian crisis. In Venezuela, there is a struggle in defense of life. The United States cannot say this. Venezuela is an example of the struggle for dignity of all of the peoples of the world and that is why we are here,” she said.

The International Peoples’ Assembly is taking place at a moment when the government of Venezuela is being pressured by other governments of the region, above all Colombia, Peru and Brazil, in addition to the administration of Donald Trump. Dozens of heads of state have recognized the self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, who made a failed bid to bring ‘aid to Venezuela on Saturday. Saturday also saw attempts by opposition activists to create tension in the border region under the pretext of delivering this ‘aid’. The government of Nicolás Maduro, reelected in May 2018 for a new term of six years, has rejected the entrance of the shipments, and has termed it a Trojan horse that will open the road for foreign military intervention.

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Guatemala

With a population of 14,373,472 people, the Republic of Guatemala is the largest country in Central America by population. The country covers an area of 108,890 squared kilometers with a population density of 129 people per kilometer squared. The capital city of Guatemala is Guatemala City. The country is bordered to the north by Mexico, to the northeast by Belize, to the southwest by the Pacific Ocean and to the east the Caribbean Sea. Guatemala has an abundance of biological diversity including large numbers of endemic species and rich, distinctive cultures. The country is mainly mountainous with patches of deserts, valleys, and sand dunes. Guatemala is home to the Volcán Tajumulco Mountain, which is the highest mountain in Central America at 4220 meters above sea level. The country is constitutionally democratic and is governed by an elected president who is in charge as the head of state and government. Guatemala is home to the largest economy in Central America with a GDP per Capita of US$5,200.

Honduras

The Republic of Honduras borders Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Honduras covers a total area of 112,090 km squared and has a population of 8,448,465 people. The population density is 67 people per squared km and the capital city of the country is Tegucigalpa. Honduras’ state and the government are headed by a democratically elected president. The country’s economic growth has averaged 7% over the past few years. Roman Catholicism is the most common religion with other faiths such as evangelical Protestantism, Islam, Judaism, and Buddhism also shaping the religion of the country.

El Salvador

The Republic of El Salvador is the smallest and the most densely populated country out of the seven countries in Central America, with 292 people per km squared and a total population of 6,108,590 people. Most of the population belongs to the Mestizos ethnic group with Christianity being the dominant religion in the country. San Salvador is the largest city in the country and also the capital city of El Salvador. The country’s political system involves a democratically elected president who is both the head of state and the government. El Salvador’s economy has been affected by natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes. The service sector dominates the economy followed by industrial sector and agricultural sector.

Other Central American Nations

Other countries making up the Central American region are NicaraguaCosta RicaPanama, and Belize. All Central America countries have developed and maintained diplomatic relations with Taiwaninstead of China. Only Costa Rica has established diplomatic relations with China.

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