Tag: Venezuela Embassey
The embassy siege in Georgetown
The American occupiers in the country’s Georgetown embassy have mobilized in solidarity with the Venezuelan people and in the hope that they can help to prevent a war, the international left must support them.
Venezuela Embassy Protection Collective defies unlawful ‘no trespass’ order
History will record this as a key turning point in U.S.-Venezuela relations, U.S. violation of a key tenet of international law and most of all, as a heroic example of U.S. citizens doing everything in their power to try to stop a U.S.-orchestrated coup.
Arresting members of the Embassy Protection Collective would be unlawful
The State Department is on public notice that it will be violating the law if it enters the embassy.
Venezuela: Embassy Protection Collective ‘the next two days are crucial’
This is a time when all who oppose U.S. intervention need to show their support by doing all they can to protect the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, D.C.
Activists protect DC Venezuelan Embassy from US-supported coup
A group of us, all activists opposed to the prospect of the Venezuelan opposition taking over the Embassy, have been living inside the building for the past two weeks, working side-by-side with the skeletal Venezuela diplomatic staff that has been told by the State Department that they must leave by April 24.