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Venezuelan Communists say Maduro government not responding to workers’ demands

In late October, the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) called for an “urgent” meeting with President Nicolás Maduro to discuss a series of government shortcomings in the area of workers’ and campesinos’, or peasant farmers, rights. The proposed meeting, according to the general secretary of the PCV, Óscar Figuera, should be held “with the gloves off” and in the context of the electoral agreement between the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and the PCV. The Communists accuse the government of not fulfilling any of the points of the February accord. The government is yet to respond to the call from its allies, despite continuing negotiations that seek to achieve a unified...

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