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Apuntes de una elección. Es muy reciente. Los datos están crudos y darle sentido a esta elección tomará tiempo. De ahí que aquí solo haya apuntes—hipótesis, dudas y preguntas. Leonard Cohen Makes It Darker. When Leonard Cohen was twenty-five, he was living in London, sitting in cold rooms writing sad poems. Venezuela, a Failing State.
The medical student told me to use his name. He said he didn’t care. “Maduro is a donkey,” he said. Pobreza, cobertura de las Misiones y necesidades de protección social para la reforma económica de Venezuela. CID Research Fellow & Graduate Student Working Paper No. 74 Luis Pedro España N., José Ramón Morales A., Douglas Barrios A.June 2016. Comprar afuera para comer en Venezuela. Una sola empresa de envíos para Venezuela, de las más de 200 que hay en Estados Unidos, ha transportado más de 4,5 toneladas de alimentos al país en lo que va de año. La escasez obliga a soluciones tan creativas como costosas. Algunos han optado por empezar a hacer mercado en las cadenas norteamericanas, sin salir de casa y al borde del teclado.
Quemar los ahorros no importa siempre que haya disponibilidad y variedad. Explaining chavismo Apr 2010 copyedited. Venezuela: Latin American Country Faces Economic Free Fall. It was once the richest country in Latin America. Now it’s falling apart By Ioan Grillo / Caracas | Photographs by Alvaro Ybarra Zavala In Venezuela the food lines are only the most visible evidence of a nation in free fall. Known as las colas, the lines form before dawn and last until nightfall, several bodies thick and zigzagging for miles in leafy middle-class neighborhoods and ragged slums alike. Chavez Synth 10. Morir sin remedio en Venezuela. Los pacientes crónicos venezolanos, como Brenda Briceño, han salido a las calles para protestar contra la escasez de medicinas y han muerto sin que el gobierno de Nicolás Maduro proponga una solución a la crisis general de la salud. CARACAS, Venezuela. Janelys Graterol murió la madrugada del sábado 9 de julio.
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