The violence exploding in Venezuela is an extension of the deterioration of a government once supported by its people - now a government in battle with its people. Feliticas Kort, originally from Venezuela where she was a professor of Behavior and Cognitive Therapy in Caracas, Venezuela, Central University, and an experienced clinician of Behavior and Cognitive Therapy, says that Venezuela’s immediate needs should focus on alleviating 1) misery (no food, no medicines, no electricity), 2) fragmentation, and 3) lawlessness. Yet she remembers a different Venezuela, a beautiful land of her youth, where she loved and raised a family. She writes that for her Venezuela can still be a land of dreams and dream-makers. More….
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Lima Group Statement Oct 2017
Key documents On Venezuela
- US State Dpt ->Venezuela: Political Prisoners Should be Released Immediately
- Treasury Sanctions Prominent Venezuelan Drug Trafficker Tareck El Aissami and His Primary Frontman Samark Lopez Bello
- IACHR Concerned about Situation of Venezuelan Migrants and Calls on States in the Region to Implement Measures to Protect Them