Why does Ortega Díaz consider that crimes against humanity have been committed in Venezuela?

Luisa Ortega Díaz went down in history last 15 November when she went to the International Criminal Court to request the prosecution for “crimes against humanity” […]

TSJ hides in formalities to avoid speaking out on arbitrary arrests carried out by the state’s intelligence service (SEBIN)

Despite the fact that the Constitution, in its articles 25 and 26, orders the state to guarantee citizens an “expeditious justice, without undue delays, without formalities […]

Seven justices leave with no rule of law more than 31 million Venezuelans by placing in the hands of president Maduro all public powers

Transparencia Venezuela calls on the representatives of the public powers who were stripped of their functions by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice […]

El TSJ gave green light to the military to use weapons in demonstrations

Although the article 68 of the Constitution clearly states that “the use of firearms and toxic substances in the control of peaceful demonstrations is prohibited” and […]

The Law of the Health Crisis fell into the Justices’ red “trap”

Taking as reference the arguments of the Executive Branch, the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) passes judgments that serve to dismantle the […]

Justices authorize the National Assembly to hold session until its mandate’s last minute

Until the last minute of the last day of their five-year term, the deputies of the National Assembly can continue discussing and approving laws, additional credits, […]

Electoral Chamber closes the National Assembly while Amazonas’s deputies are occupying their seats

In the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) they take very serious that of supreme and for that reason it has not trembled it the pulse to […]

T.S.J. restricts the privilege of parliamentary immunity

Immunity, the mantle enjoyed by parliamentarians in the world to be able to exercise their jobs freely and without fear of ending behind bars, in Venezuela […]

Constitutional Chamber requested the Office of the Attorney General to prosecute the 109 opposition deputies

The Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) decided to sharpen the conflict that began with the National Assembly and for this it asked the Office of the […]

The T.S.J. shielded Nicolás Maduro from the amendment being studied by the National Assembly

The Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) put a stop to the attempts by the opposition majority of the National Assembly to early evict Nicolás Maduro from […]

The Justices “meddle” in the inner life of the National Assembly to restrict the deputies

Under the logic of the Constitutional Chamber, the legislators cannot reform the Organic Law of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice, but the Justices can modify the […]

T.S.J. declares unconstitutional Law of Misión Vivienda before the appetite of the real estate market

For the Constitutional Chamber, by granting the ownership of the Gran Misión Vivienda Venezuela’s  properties, the people with lower income could cede to the appetite of […]