Alex Saab: Extradition Under Influence

On 12 June 2020, Alex Saab, Special Envoy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, was on his way to Tehran, Iran, on a humanitarian mission to alleviate the difficulties arising from the Covid-19 crisis in that country, when he was arrested by Cape Verdean authorities during a refuelling stop in the country. This arrest took place before the publication of the Interpol notice and was therefore carried out without a valid international warrant and in a totally irregular manner, since, as a special envoy of his country, he enjoys inviolability and diplomatic immunity and can therefore be detained only on the basis of an international warrant such as the one issued subsequently.

China Stops Chartering Oil Tankers in Venezuelan Deliveries

Chinese oil companies have stopped chartering oil tankers that have, in the past year, delivered consignments to Venezuela. This is following a new directive by the United States government sanctioning vessels involved in boosting the Venezuela oil sector. According to the Department of the Treasury, companies aiding the corrupt regime of President Nicholas Maduro are in contravention of current statutes.

Venezuelan Supreme Court Orders Guaidó Removed

The Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) ruled on Wednesday that the self-proclaimed interim president, Juan Guaidó, is not the legitimate president of the country’s National Assembly, the country’s Parliament. As per the court’s ruling, the legislative presidency is now in the hands of deputy Luis Parra, who had initially been elected to the post in a controversial session on January 5.

Are China or Russia Behind the Fake Story About the US Being Involved in Failed Venezuelan Coup?

On May 6 The Washington Post reported that the Venezuelan opposition in October 2019 signed a contract with the American PMC Silvercorp to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The Post states the contract amount was approximately $213 million. The agreement supposedly outlined Nicolas Maduro was the target and specifically indicated the undertaking to overthrow Maduro. Additionally, it included the clause to establish the regime and bring to power Juan Guaido.

Coronavirus and the Kremlin’s Agenda – Will There Be Triumphs or Failures?

Coronavirus continues to the major issue facing the world, with Spain reopening its economy and China as well. However, China is reporting new cases of so called reinfection, but claims the virus has been reimported. At this time there are claims of three types of coronavirus roaring around the globe. The numbers of infected is close to 2 million with over 100,000 deaths reported.

Does the Kremlin Own a Part of Venezuela Now?

Russia de-facto now owns Venezuela, taking advantage of the country’s extended suffering. The economy is depleted and the country is in severe turmoil. It does not help that coronavirus has effected economies around the globe.

Additionally, the US unsealed indictments against 14 officials and government-connected parties. Currently, there is a reward offered of $55 million for Nicolas Maduro and four others according to US Attorney General William Barr. He called the regime “corrupt.” One of the indictments is out of New York, where prosecutors allege Maduro and socialist party boss Diosdado Cabello (the head of the constitutional assembly) of conspiring with Colombian rebels and members of the military to support the drug trade including cocaine trafficking into the US. Sixty nations including the US do not recognize Maduro as the President of Venezuela. At this time the US only recognizes Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan leader.

Coronavirus: The Situation in Venezuela is Dire

Venezuela is experiencing possibly the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, sans the Covid-19 situation. The Latin-American nation is not only struggling to contain the epidemic but also trying to tackle deep-seated economic issues that have plagued it for years. They include US sanctions, prevalent corruption, a skyrocketing inflation rate that has surpassed 10 million percent in the past decade, and a collapsed infrastructural system.

Lavrov Goes to Latin America to Strengthen Influence in the Region

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will visit Latin America in the coming days in order to deepen relations with his nation’s allies. Lavrov will visit Cuba, Mexico, and Venezuela shortly after his counterpart, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s tour of four former republics of the Soviet Union, which became the main arena of competition for influence.

Maduro, Guaidó Stalemate Leads Venezuela into a Difficult Dilemma

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is currently locked in a leadership muddle with opposition leader Juan Guaidó. The clash has caused the oil-rich country to be further isolated by the international community. Crippling sanctions designed to undermine Maduro’s leadership have dragged the nation into the throes of socio-economic and political trepidation. With international support for Guaidó seemingly waning, and no resolution in sight, Venezuela is facing a difficult dilemma.

Guaido Supporters Occupy Venezuelan Embassy in Brazil

Suрроrtеrѕ оf Venezuelan dіѕѕіdеnt Juаn Guaido оссuріеd a раrt of thе Vеnеzuеlаn embassy in Brazil оn Wеdnеѕdау mоrnіng, аftеr mеmbеrѕ оf thе expedition team opened dооrѕ tо them tо ѕhоw thеіr loyalty to thе opposition lеаdеr. A Brazilian роlісе ѕоurсе said the grоuр wаѕ “trуіng tо nеgоtіаtе реасеfullу” wіth ѕuрроrtеrѕ оf Prеѕіdеnt Nicolas Mаdurо іnѕіdе thе еmbаѕѕу, ​​whеrе the ѕіtuаtіоn ѕееmѕ аmbіguоuѕ. Meanwhile, bilateral tаlkѕ have bеgun between the BRICS countries іn thе Brаzіlіаn саріtаl.

Where to Find Jobs in Argentina? Try the Freelance Gigs Profession selling your Services in the United States and Don’t Leave Your House

With the Argentina economy in a tailspin, we’ve seen the second largest one day stock drop combined with a 25% collapse of the Argentinian peso.  So where will the good jobs be for the future of Argentina? The unemployment rate was 9.48% in 2018, and that was before the big currency and stock market crash.  To make matter worse, the GDP per capita is only $14,401.97.

Is South America Another Arab Spring?

Instability in South America is growing. The nations currently experiencing unrest are Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Haiti, Uruguay and Venezuela. The region is experiencing a shift from dictatorship to democracy. The left and the right factions remained the same for a long time with both sides supporting black markets, corruption, and taking outside funds either from the West or Russia/China (in the past from the Soviet Union).