In recent years, the USA and its allies have unleashed a devastating blockade against Venezuela, targeting virtually all sectors of the economy, in hopes of triggering regime change.

In these two following infographics, we detail the measures and deadly consequences of this multi-pronged aggression and the present threats and upcoming scenarios.

A look at the crushing sanctions levied by the US and allies, as well as their consequences for the Venezuelan population. (Venezuelanalysis)

The United Socialist Party of Venezuela expresses firm backing and absolute support for the actions that the Venezuelan State has been carrying out to strengthen the fight against corruption, a scourge that seeks to corrode the morals, principles and values of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Political analysts sympathetic to the government have previously criticized allegedly corrupt practices inside the Venezuela state.

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro gestures during a broadcast from the Hotel Humboldt in Caracas. (Prensa Presidencial)

The anti-corruption crackdown comes as the government is engaged in what it describes as a “judicial revolution” to overhaul the country’s bureaucratic administration of justice as well as address prison overcrowding.

A mix of US aggression and Venezuelan opposition incompetence/collusion has all but sealed the fate of the Caribbean nation’s most valued foreign asset: CITGO. In the coming weeks and months, foreign corporations could break up and seize the company.

Bye-bye CITGO? Washington and the Venezuelan opposition have imperiled the US-based subsidiary of Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA. Bondholders and corporations are lining up to seize CITGO shares as compensation for defaulted bonds or international arbitration awards. (Venezuelanalysis)

Venezuelan Oil Minister Tareck El Aissami tendered his resignation Monday after the National Anti-Corruption Police revealed alleged serious acts of corruption that led to the arrest of several high-ranking figures.

Among those arrested in the crackdown were Hugbel Roa, a lawmaker from the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), and Joselit Ramírez, the head of the National Crypto Asset Superintendence (Sunacrip). Both are considered close associates of El Aissami.

A former student leader, El Aissami had served as interior minister and governor of Aragua state before being appointed to the Oil Ministry.

He was tasked with restructuring the heavily sanctioned sector. Despite a significant recovery from historic lows, production has stagnated over the past year.

In light of the investigations that have been initiated into serious acts of corruption in [Venezuelan state oil company] PdVSA; I have made the decision to present my resignation as Oil Minister, with the purpose of fully supporting, accompanying and backing this process.

Venezuela Analysis / ABC Flash Point News 2023.

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Bulls Eye
Bulls Eye
23-03-23 18:11

The Anglo Zio-Nazi swamp can not hold their horses anymore, it now has become daylight robbery, with no scrupulous to hide?

Kidnapped by the System
Kidnapped by the System
23-03-23 21:45

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Zionist Swamp
Zionist Swamp
07-04-23 10:07

Indringers en bezetters overrompelen Venezuela en de ABC eilanden, waarbij lokalen moeten plaatsmaken voor fascisten en goud- en olie dieven, evenals in de West Bank en de Golan, waar hetzelfde deportatie proces aan de gang is>?

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