“Do you see these men with their eyes closed and heads tilted?” My uncle asked my brother and I.
Thousands of Belarusians took to the streets to revolt after the country’s Central Election Commission announced that Alexander Lukashenko had won with 80.23% of the presidential election vote on Sunday.
Analyzing the latest events in Venezuela is a difficult task, since what we have experienced in the last two months is the result of well-known processes, and others that are somewhat hidden, which are not always considered by those who diligently follow this situation.
The dictator has shown no pretense of relinquishing control.
On January 10, Nicolás Maduro took another step in perpetuating and expanding his power, carrying out a masquerade in the form of a presidential investiture that will initiate a new mandate, a move that has been regarded as illegitimate by a large part of the international community. It would keep him in charge of Venezuela (supposedly) until 2025.