A total of 642,000 public housing units have been built and handed over to some of the poorest families in Venezuela since the government launched its mass Housing Mission in 2011, confirmed the country´s Minister of Eco-Socialism, Housing and Environment, Ricardo Molino on Wednesday. Continue reading 642,000 Public Houses Built in Venezuela since 2011
(Editor’s Note: This ‘cross-fertilization’ of multi-polar autonomy and synergistic Global South development forecasts Mouqawamah interdependencies and cooperation. The expanding burgeoning relationship between Latin America and the Islamic Resistance Axis will expedite the disintegration of the Empire. ~ Khanverse) Continue reading Venezuela to Offer Scholarships to Palestinians to Study Medicine
President Nicolas Maduro announced that a 15 percent increase in the minimum wage will take effect in December.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced a 15 percent increase in the minimum wage Monday, saying the measure will come into force from December this year.
The Venezuelan leader also announced an increase of 0.5 to 0.75 percent in the value of the food allowances given to employees by their employer. Continue reading Venezuela Announces Another Increase to Minimum Wage
(EDITOR’S NOTE: As the usurping Zionist entity and the Saudi-backed Sisi regime tighten the criminal siege on Gaza, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela’s genuine, generous acts of solidarity could not have come at a more opportune time. Yet another reminder that President Nicolas Maduro and the beautiful Venezuelan people are more Arab than the regimes in the GCC, Jordan and Cairo will ever be. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)
JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — Venezuela will sent 10 tons of humanitarian aid and medical equipment for the war-torn Gaza Strip on Sunday, the Palestinian embassy in Caracas said in a statement.
A plane will carry the aid from Caracas to the Amman airport on Sunday, and the same plane will bring 100 Palestinian students who have been granted scholarships to study in Venezuela to the country, the statement said. Continue reading Venezuela to send humanitarian aid to Gaza
by Jake Johnston and Stephan Lefebvre, Center For Economic and Policy Research
On October 12, Bolivians will go to the polls to choose their next president for a five-year term. Recent polling suggests that the incumbent, Evo Morales, will obtain a decisive first-round victory over his closest opponent, Samuel Doria Medina. Below are ten graphs on economic and social developments since Evo’s election in 2005 that help explain the strong support for his re-election. Continue reading Bolivia’s Economy Under Evo in 10 Graphs
Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner has warned the United States against the serious consequences of what she called US officials’ slandering Buenos Aires over its debts.
In a harsh five-page letter on Friday, the Argentina president criticized US President Barack Obama’s choice of hire for a high-level advisory position in his administration. Continue reading Argentina warns US against slandering Buenos Aires over debts
Damascus, SANA – Speaker of the People’s Assembly Mohammad Jihad al-Laham received a solidarity letter from President of the National Assembly of Venezuela Diosdado Cabello-Rondon.
Al-Laham met on Wednesday the delegation of Fe-Arab organization and the Syrian community in Venezuela.
During the meeting, al-Laham described as “deep and strong” the relations between Syria and Venezuela, particularly the parliamentary ones, saying that terrorism to which Syria is exposed was supported by Western, Arab and regional governments in addition to the Turkish conspiratorial role. Continue reading Al-Laham receives a letter of solidarity with Syria from the Venezuelan people
Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner on Tuesday charged in an emotional address that domestic and US interests were pushing to topple her government, and could even kill her.
Domestic business interests “are trying to bring down the government, with international (US) help,” she said.
Kirchner said that on her recent visit to fellow Argentine Pope Francis — whose help she has sought in Argentina’s ongoing debt default row — police warned her about supposed plots against her by ISIL activists.
“So, if something happens to me, don’t look to the Mideast, look north” to the United States, Kirchner said at Government House. Continue reading US could kill me: Argentina’s President Kirchner
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Mouqawamah Music would also like to add to Madsen’s spot-on analysis that in addition to all of the Zionist media outlets he mentioned, Business Insider — founded by CFR-HRW -Goldman-Sachs stalwart Kevin P. Ryan — also lashed out at President Dilma Rousseff’s reelection. Very clear that the vulture-ultra-capitalist elites of World Zionism are seething over this Global South triumph. ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading Soros and CIA Suffer Huge Defeat in Brazil