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Jailed Opposition Leader Rallies Venezuelans against Maduro Regime

By: Karina Martín - Aug 29, 2016, 1:06 pm
They don't know us. They don't know this people that feeds its bravery and its determination with a deep love for Venezuela, said Lopez (notihoy)
The opposition leader also shared a video titled, “Let the streets talk about this on September 1!” and asked people to share. (notihoy)

EspañolOpposition Leader and former political prisoner Leopoldo López published a letter this week online calling for all Venezuelans to join the “great taking of Caracas” this Thursday, September 1.

“The dictatorship, desperate for the overwhelming taking of Caracas on September 1, believes that it will stop people from affecting change,” he wrote on Twitter. “They believe, from their infinite cowardice and myopia, that they will paralyze people with fear and intimidation. You are wrong!”

López, who is also the party leader and founder of Popular Will, expressed his support for the former Mayor of San Cristobal Daniel Ceballos, who was transferred to the Guarico state prison on Saturday, July 26 along with Warner Jimenez.


“They definitely do not know us. They do not know the people, who feed their courage and determination with a deep love for our country,” he wrote.

The opposition leader also shared a video titled, “Let the streets talk about this on September 1!” and asked people to share.

Please watch and share this video.  Let the streets talk this #1S!

Source: El Nacional

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Karina Martín is a Venezuelan reporter with the PanAm Post based in Valencia. She holds a bachelor's degree in Modern Languages from the Arturo Michelena University.

Trump to Address New, “Softened” Illegal Immigration Plan this Week

By: Amanda Blohm - Aug 29, 2016, 1:05 pm
Trump reevaluates immigration platform (Flickr)

United States Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced over Twitter this Sunday that he plans to give a “major speech” about illegal immigration in Arizona this Wednesday. The announcement came a day after Trump declared he plans to crack down on immigrants who overstay their visas. Lately, Trump has been trying to clarify his views about overhauling the U.S. immigration system. Last week, Trump said he was planning on “softening” his plan to deport over 11 million immigrants were he to win the election. Read more: Will Trump Lighten up on Immigration to save his campaign? Read more: Investigators: Trump campaign also Target of Hackers It was met with harsh criticism from conservatives who have shown consistent support for Trump and wanted him to stand his ground. Trump has had strong views about immigration from the start, rallying for strict immigration policies during his campaign. “I will be making a major speech on ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION on Wednesday in the GREAT state of Arizona. Big crowds, looking for a larger venue,” Trump tweeted. The Republican nominee had postponed an immigration speech that was originally intended to be given this past Thursday in Denver. In an Iowa speech given on Saturday, Trump declared his intentions to institute a tracking system to ensure that illegal immigrants who overstay their visas are quickly removed, and proposed an e-verify system which would prevent undocumented residents in the U.S. from gaining any type of access to welfare or benefits. // “If we don’t enforce visa expiration dates," Trump said, "then we have an open border — it’s as simple as that.” The New York-based businessman said if he were elected, his first priority as president would be to deport the thousands of undocumented immigrants who remain in the United States despite having committed crimes. “These international gangs and cartels will be a thing of the past," he said. "Their reign of terror will be over. In this task, we will err on the side of protecting the American people — we will use immigration law to prevent crimes, and will not wait until some innocent American has been harmed or killed before taking action.” He did not explain how that plan affected undocumented immigrants who have been in the country for decades and have obeyed U.S. laws. Source: Reuters.

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