What is happening in Venezuela today February 15th Prosecutor defends

What is happening in Venezuela today, February 15th? Prosecutor defends arrest for "terrorism" by Rocio San Miguel

Public prosecutor's office in Venezuela defended the human rights activist’s arrest on “terrorism” charges. Rocio San Miguel, a fact that various NGOs describe as an “escalation” against civil society in a year when presidential elections are approaching. San Miguel, of Venezuelan and Spanish nationality, is accused of “treason,” “terrorism” and “conspiracy.”

Tarek William SaabAttorney General, stated that San Miguel was “directly linked to the operation.” “White Bracelet”an alleged plot denounced by the Chavismo ruler to assassinate President Nicolás Maduro.

“Her mission was to communicate in real time the progress of the planned terrorist actions,” Saab said in a statement to the press, claiming the activist was “accused by the arrested soldiers” in the case.

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Guyana questions military buildup on border with Venezuela

High voltage. Last Friday, February 9, Guyana criticized the increase in Venezuelan military troops on the border with the oil-rich Essequibo Territory, whose sovereignty is claimed by the nation ruled by Nicolás Maduro. Although both nations have agreed not to use force to resolve this conflict, this situation worsens relations between them.

The claim arose following the release of a report by the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), which released satellite photos showing an enlargement of a Venezuelan military base on the island of Anacoco, which lies just off the Essequibo line.

“There are some inconsistencies between the diplomatic and military posture” of Venezuela, Guyanese Foreign Minister Hugh Todd told AFP about the changes noted.

Map of the area in South America known as Guyana.  Photo: Media Wiki Map of the area in South America known as Guyana. Photo: Media Wiki

“These operations by the Venezuelan Armed Forces indicate that Caracas is attempting to force Guyana to bypass the ongoing case before the International Court of Justice and accept its preferred approachVenezuelaTodd added that there are bilateral negotiations to resolve the status of the disputed area or obtain “oil concessions.”

At the moment,Venezuelaclaims that Essequibo has been part of its territory since it was a colony of Spain, citing the Geneva Convention, signed in 1966 before Guyana's independence from the United Kingdom, which laid the foundation for a negotiated settlement and annulled an 1899 arbitration award the limits that Georgetown requires of youInternational Court of Justice (ICJ)that ratified.

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What is the price of BCV dollar today, February 15, 2024?

HeCentral Bank of Venezuela (BCV)a value of determinedE.g. 36.26for every dollar for today, February 14th.

What is happening in Venezuela today February 15th Prosecutor defends BCV dollar price TODAY, February 15, 2024. Photo: Twitter / @BCV_ORG_VE

What are home bonds?

The Venezuelan government is continuing its programHome bonds, with the aim of supporting various population groups in the face of the economic situation. Four types of bonuses were granted in September 2023:

  • Bonus against the economic war for civil servants: 945 bolívars.
  • Bonus against the economic war for public sector pensioners: 1,545 bolívars.
  • Chamba bonus for young people: 168.80 bolívars.
  • We are Venezuela Bonus: 168.80 Bolívars.
  • These bonds represent direct aid to Venezuelans, although the government has not yet announced specific dates for the delivery of the next subsidies.