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 […]

Justice Mendoza threatens political parties with new Tascón list

The first judgment issued by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice this year, specifically on 5 January, prohibits double partisan militancy, which implies […]

Civil Chamber allows to sell properties in dollars

Although the article 318 of the Constitution states that “the monetary unit of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is the Bolivar” and that in the country […]

T.S.J. contemplates the deputies’ prosecution

Venezuela was left without Legislative Branch. That is the practical effect of the last judgment passed on Friday 2 September by the Constitutional Chamber of the […]

Seven laws and ten acts of the National Assembly suspended by T.S.J.’s decision

The declaration of 17 May as National Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, a decision that was unanimously adopted by the National Assembly (AN), or the […]

Arcadio Delgado Rosales hides CADIVI’s list under seven keys

An official slogan to promote tourism presented Venezuela as “the best kept secret in the Caribbean”. The same can now be said of the list of […]