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ABYA YALA / Venezuela: I do not want to be a victim of media disinformation
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Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 06/05/2018
Original: Venezuela: Yo no quiero ser victima de desinformación mediática
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Venezuela: I do not want to be a victim of media disinformation
Sign the petition!

Various Authors - مؤلفين مختلفين - Auteurs divers- AAVV-d.a.



On May 20, 2018, Venezuelans will be called to a new electoral process. Four opponents will try to displace the current president, Nicolas Maduro, in an election that will be overseen by 2,000 observers from five continents, along with organizations such as the African Union, Caricom and the Electoral Experts Council of Latin America.

This democratic appointment, however, is already being boycotted by the political and media arms of powerful groups nationally and internationally denouncing the results before they have even been announced.

In this tense political context, we – citizens of the world, targeted by the great international media corporations – claim our right to be informed in a plural, balanced and honest way about the upcoming events in Venezuela.

First signatories

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Argentina
Ignacio Ramonet, Writer, Journalist, Spain
Piedad Córdoba, lawyer, former senator, Colombia
João Pedro Stédile, coordinator of the MST, Brazil
Mark Weisbrot, Economist, USA
Jacques Sapir, Economist, France

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Courtesy of Medium
Source: https://es.mediumweb.info/peticion_venezuela
Publication date of original article: 01/05/2018
URL of this page : http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=23333


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