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No to the US-led coup d’ etat in Venezuela – 50 academics, intellectuals and trade-unionists from Greece

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No to the US-led coup d’ etat in Venezuela Solidarity with the people and the democratically elected government of Venezuela These days another coup d’ etat is gradually evolving in the long-suffering Latin America. The US and the domestic oligarchy of Venezuela are trying to establish a previously unknown puppet who has never been voted by anyone in power. This effort is not new. For several years, the US and the domestic oligarchy have been trying to regain control of the oil-rich country. To achieve this, they have organized a failed coup in the past, launched murderous gangs from all over Latin America, and literally strangled economically Venezuela. Today, the Right-right Republican Government of Trump, with the complicity of the ‘Liberal’ Democratic Party’s hawks, is

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No to the US-led coup d’ etat in Venezuela – 50 academics, intellectuals and trade-unionists from Greece

No to the US-led coup d’ etat in Venezuela

Solidarity with the people and the democratically elected government of Venezuela

These days another coup d’ etat is gradually evolving in the long-suffering Latin America. The US and the domestic oligarchy of Venezuela are trying to establish a previously unknown puppet who has never been voted by anyone in power. This effort is not new. For several years, the US and the domestic oligarchy have been trying to regain control of the oil-rich country. To achieve this, they have organized a failed coup in the past, launched murderous gangs from all over Latin America, and literally strangled economically Venezuela. Today, the Right-right Republican Government of Trump, with the complicity of the ‘Liberal’ Democratic Party’s hawks, is even more threatening with open military intervention. Almost all the ‘democratic’ Western world is falling behind it while at the very same time it supports blood-dyed dictatorships and monarchies, and with its common military interventions in recent decades it has sowed wars, ruins and ruins in the world. Particularly the systemic media of mass ‘information’ unleash a unbashful war of misinformation about the situation in Venezuela.

The Venezuelan people by overthrowing the previous corrupt oligarchic political system and bringing Hugo Chavez into power broke the chains that held him a captive of the US and the domestic oligarchy and tried to build a country on the basis of social justice. There have been and there are problems and weaknesses and retreats in this road. Western economic strangulation has worsened and worsened these phenomena in recent years. But no popular struggle for a better future is without costs and sacrifices; and certainly the return to power of the cleptocratic and subservient to the West oligarchy will not improve but will worsen the position of the Venezuelan people.

We call upon all the progressive voices and forces in our country to say vigorously NO to the evolving coup and stand by the struggling Venezuelan people and their democratically elected government and president N. Maduro.

Vasileiou Miltos, Assoc. Professor, University of Ioannina

Gialis Stelios, Assis. Professor, University of Aegean

Gravaris Dionisis, Professor, Panteion University

Grollios Giorgos, Professor, AUTH

Dinopoulou Vaggelitsa, DC of DOE

Zavoudakis Panagiotis, teacher

Zormpala Aleka, lawyer

Zormpala Konstantina, Assis. Professor, University of Aegean

Thalassis Giorgos, teacher, former gen. secretary of Greek Parliament

Thermogiannis Lazaros, former mayor of Metamorfosis

Ioannides Alexis, Assoc. Professor, DUTH

Kaltsonis Dimitris, Assoc. Professor, Panteion University

Kargas Giorgos, Assoc. Professor, AUA

Kasimis Nikos, former local councilor New Philadepheia

Katsoulas Akis, former president of the Greek Sociological Association

Kentrotis Giorgos, Professor, Ionian University

King Mina, actress

Kouzis Giannis, Professor, Panteion University

Maounis Antonis, Secretary (former chairman) of the Greek Architectures Association

Maroudas Leonidas, Professor, University of Patras

Mavroudeas Stavros, Professor, Panteion University

Marouli Eleni, journalist

Miltsakakis Micha;is, EC of ADEDY

Mpakalexi Ntina, philologist, CNRS researcher

Mikroutsikos Thanos, composer

Moschou Dora, historian

Mpakopanos Lefteris, DC of PSATM

Mpalatsa Ioanna, former DC of PSATM

Nikolaidou Olga, journalist, actress

Economakis George, Assoc. Professor, University of Patras

Panteliou Sofia, Professor, University of Patras

Papagianni Maria, writer

Papatheodorou Christos, Professor, Panteion University

Patelis Dimitris, Assoc. Professor, Technical University of Crete

Pavlopoulos Giorgos, trade-unionist OTOE

Pempetzoglou Maria, Assoc. Professor, DUTH

Petropoulos Dimitris, chairman of PO EMDYDAS

Rigopoulos Kimon, actor

Ritsou Eri, retired bank employee

Rousis Giorgos, emer. Professor, Panteion University

Sakellaropoulos Spiros, Professor, Panteion University

Stavropoulos Tasos, PESEK chairman

Tziantzi Marianna, journalist-writer

Tikalinos Christos, emer. Professor NKUA

Tyfonas Spiros, former DC of OEBEK

Tseliou Vanta, teacher

Fasoulas Giannis, former chairman EYDAP trade union

Fousekis Panagiotis, Professor, AUTH

Charisis Giorgos, EC of ADEDY

Chadtzopoulos Stathis, lawyer

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No to the US-led coup d’ etat in Venezuela – 50 academics, intellectuals and trade-unionists from Greece

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Stavros Mavroudeas
He is currently Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Social Policy of Panteion University. He was previously Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics of the University of Macedonia. He studied at the Economics Department of the National Kapodistriakon University of Athens, from where he received his BA Economics (1985 - First Class Honours).

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