ENERGY. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro proposed at the Third Summit of the Forum of Gas Exporting Countries (FGEC) held in Tehran to pursue gas fair prices and its sovereign use for the regional development.
Sheik Tamim bin Hamad Al Zani, planned to arrive on Tuesday in Venezuela. Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Delcy Rodríguez would welcome him
Six houses hit
Lilian Tintori visited the president elect
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- Venezuela's Maduro stresses gov't work on gas recovery
- Meetings with Iran, Russia before Gas Summit
- Venezuela, UN hold second round of meetings on the Essequibo
- Venezuelan President arrives in Tehran for gas summit
- New 5.1 quake hits Mérida state in Venezuela
- Venezuela's dissent congratulates Macri for his presidential victory
- Macri to request Mercosur to enforce democratic clause against Venezuela
- Miguel Pizarro reports on attacks by gov't supporters during caravan
- Pdvsa has delivered USD 30,000 million to Petrocaribe
- US to discuss through "diplomatic channels" spying on Pdvsa
- CNE finds excesses early in the electoral campaign in Venezuela
- Venezuela's Maduro seeks meeting with Putin
- MUD to assess Unasur proposal to respect parliament vote results
- Unasur proposal for congress vote in Venezuela is open to agreement
- Venezuelan oil basket down USD 2.77 per barrel
- Armed motorcyclists corner Lilian Tintori in Cojedes state
- Suspected human rabies event in Venezuela's Zulia state
- Entrepreneurs request housing construction with Venezuelan gov't
- Epidemiologists warn against worst chicken pox crisis in Venezuela
- Venezuela to revise relationship with the US for oil spying
- Chile to request OAS protection for Venezuelan opposition leaders
- Venezuela-Vietnam law on agriculture cooperation approved
- Venezuelan gov't extends gold sales to BCV for one year
- Guyana seeks support in border dispute with Venezuela
- Death of Venezuelan man hit by Paris attacks confirmed
- Unasur electoral support team meets with Venezuelan political parties
- Unasur mission: Our mandate is not to take sides with anybody
- MEPs concerned about post-election situation in Venezuela
- Saudi businesspersons ponder on investment in Venezuela
- US apologizes for overflying Venezuelan airspace
According to forecasts made in August by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), repercussions of El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon would be enhanced at least until March 2016.
FINANCIAL CRISIS "We are making again the same mistakes that led to the collapse of the financial system in 2007," admonished Luis Pineda, the chairman of Ausbanc International, the Association of Bank Users which promotes, under the Universal Declaration of Bank and Financial Service Users Rights, transparency in global management of the system and respect for citizens around the world.
ELECTION 2015 "We are fully convinced that we will have election on December 6, that the MUD (Venezuelan opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel) will win in a sound manner as to the number of votes and deputies, that the government will recognize the results, and that there will not be any riot or fright at all," declared sententiously at the beginning of the official election campaign for the Venezuelan National Assembly (AN), Henry Ramos Allup (Valencia, 1943), secretary-general of opposition Acción Democrática (AD) party.
Running for Congress
ELECTION 2015 Venezuelan opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) stated on Thursday that it would assess a document proposed by the electoral mission of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), in which government opponents and supporters are committed to accept the results of the parliament vote on December 6. MUD said, however, that a commitment would be difficult to make.
ELECTION 2015 Director of the Venezuelan National Electoral Council (CNE), Sandra Oblitas, reported that at the beginning of the electoral campaign for the upcoming parliament vote on December 6, some political parties failed to comply with relevant established regulations.
ELECTION 2015 Leonel Fernández, ex President of the Dominican Republic and Special Representative of the Unasur support electoral team, said that the regional bloc has been instructed "not to take sides with anybody, but the people of Venezuela," in the parliament vote to be held next December 6.