United Socialist Party of Venezuela

Benigno Alarcón, Andres Bello Catholic University (UCAB) “The mother of all protests” – that’s what Venezuela’s opposition
As tens of thousands took to the streets in Venezuela Wednesday to express their anger at the government of President Nicolás
As Venezuela's political opposition celebrates its first electoral victory in 17 years by gaining control of the national legislature, uncertainty still bedevils the country's political landscape. Once the euphoria of victory subsides, a new phase of escalating confrontation will ensue between President Nicolás Maduro and the new opposition-led congress.
The people, the same people that the president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) invoked from the platform to justify his misdeeds, has said no to 21st-century socialism and the national project promoted by the ruling party.
Not only is the future of Venezuela decided in its ballot boxes, but also our future. Thus, the results of the election were felt immediately all around us, even though the official media did not reflect the thrill that ran through the Island, from one end to end.