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 […]

Without the BCV’s independence there will be no way out of the crisis

The judgment 259 of 31 March where the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (T.S.J.) declares the Central Bank of Venezuela’s (B.C.V.) reform of 3 March unconstitutional, is […]

T.S.J. declares the validity of the economic emergency

More than giving judgment, the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice threw a rope to the National Assembly. “They seek to tie the Parliament’s […]

Iron Ore Trafficking at Ferrominera Orinoco

Clavel A. Rangel Jiménez The coverage of the corruption case at Ferrominera Orinoco (FMO) began in November 2012 with the intervention of the General Directorate of […]

Cecilia Sosa Gómez: “These are corrupt judges”

The former president of the Supreme Court, Cecilia Sosa Gómez, criticises in this article, written in the framework of the launch of the Supreme Injustice project, […]

Why did Opposition abstain in appointment of Supreme Court Justices?

Below we reproduce the content of the dissenting vote of the Democratic Unity fraction, in the process of appointing 31 judges (13 official and 21 alternates) […]

National Assembly has only two curricula of the 34 judges appointed in December 2015

The clash of powers is not just a matter of two. Besides facing the pressures of the Executive Branch, this National Assembly has been forced to […]

Transparency Venezuela requests again Supreme Court to declare legislative omission for appointment of Comptroller

Representatives of the NGO Transparency Venezuela appeared once again before the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) to request that the Constitutional Court declare a legislative omission […]
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