Nicolas Maduro & Leopoldo Lopez

Nicolás Maduro Moros (born 23 November 1962) is a Venezuelan politician who has been interim President of Venezuela since March 2013. He was Vice President of Venezuela from October 2012 to March 2013; as Vice President, he became interim President following the death of Hugo Chávez. Leopoldo López Mendoza (born 29 April 1971 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan politician and economist. From 2000 until 2008, López was the mayor of the Chacao Municipality of Caracas. 1.3/5

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Diosdados Cabello, Nicolas Maduro, and Jorge Rodriguez actually wants to ASSASSINATE Leopoldo Lopez! But they lied about Opposition!
LAST MINUTE: at 3 a.m. Judge announces verdict . . denying freedom to Leopoldo Lopez and DICTATORSHIP IN VENEZUELA is confirmed! Btw..Not surprised at all! The Justice system is controlled by the pockets of Diosdado Cabello and Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela's War of Rhetoric Lands on 'New York Times' Op-Ed Page As protests continue in Venezuela, the war of words between the government and its opposition rages on, now in The New York Times opinion pages, revealing the depth of the rift between the two sides. The paper on Tuesday published an op-ed by Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro calling for "peace and dialogue." A week earlier, one of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, wrote his own editorial from prison, also published in the Times, denouncing the country as a "failing state." See also: Colombian Press Sends 52 Tons of Newsprint to Venezuelan Newspapers The dueling op-eds, of course, each stick to a narrative that ignores the complaints of their opponent. Maduro focuses on a narrative of class warfare that calls for peaceful dialogue, without mentioning that his government has jailed some of the opposition. Lopez criticizes the current government without acknowledging any of its merits. Both call for dialogue, but appear t ...
Leopoldo Lopez, the leader of the anti-government opposition to President Nicolas Maduro, rallied students at Kenyon College in Ohio around social causes.
A YOUNG Leopoldo Lopez! STILL HANDSOME AFTER ALL THESE 25 YEARS!! AND WILL BE PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA VERY SOON! FOX NEWS LATINO VIDEO: Former U.S. Classmates Rally For Jailed Venezuelan Opposition Leader Leopoldo Lopez - by Elizabeth Llorente It was 1989 in Gambier, Ohio – on a quaint campus flanked by cornfields and rolling hills. A dashing, confident freshman from Venezuela was spinning visions before a group of fellow students at Kenyon College – a small private liberal arts school – about forming an organization that would raise awareness about social and environmental causes. Leopoldo Lopez’s idea became a reality. In no time, the organization, Active Students Helping the Earth Survive, or ASHES, became one of the best known and most popular groups on the campus of some 1,600 students. “It was a sign of someone who knew how to build something. It’s not an exaggeration to say that Leopoldo became the social conscience of the campus,” recalled Rob Gluck, a Kenyon classmate of Lopez’s. L ... Start a petitionBrowse Log in Sign this petition with 6,874 supporters 626 NEEDED Outside U.S.? Sign Display my signature on By signing, you accept's terms of service and privacy policy. Petitioning United Nations SOS Venezuela Petition by Linda López Atlanta, GA Dear President Obama, As American and Venezuelan citizens and residents, we are respectfully asking your support and immediate action to stop the tyranny, and the killings of innocent Venezuelan Citizens exercising their constitutional right to peacefully protest the government of Nicolas Maduro. Such protests started early February and were mainly lead by university students demanding a better future for themselves and the generations to come. We are also inviting you to urge the United Nations to apply the Inter-American Democratic Charter to reestablish the peace, law and order in Venezuela. Please understand that the lack human rights is directly related to the Government’s efforts to keep the people oppr . ...
No turning back! Leopoldo reaffirms the call to take massive street February 7, 2014 @ 9:00 pm Leopoldo Lopez reaffirmed Friday its call on citizens to take to the streets en masse to press for a change of government through constitutional means, an initiative that has generated disagreement within the opposition alliance. Lopez, who heads the opposition party Popular Will, has become in recent months in one of the strongest advocates called for ending the government advance Nicolas Maduro, with the message that Venezuela "is in an extreme situation" and "rapidly falling off a cliff." In your opinion, Venezuelans have to stop "taking passively" and "react" to situations such as shortages, insecurity and corruption. "We have to change. We can not go on. Venezuela does not deserve how you will follow, "he said today at a press conference. "Our strategy is very specific: the terrain of struggle is the street because that's where we are, we recognize," he said. Lopez and other opposition leaders like Congress ...
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