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  1. Venezuela - Wikipedia

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    Venezuela (/ ˌ v ɛ n ə ˈ z w eɪ l ə /; American Spanish: [beneˈswela] ()), officially the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a country on the northern coast of South America, consisting of a continental landmass and many islands and islets in the Caribbean Sea.

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      Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez (born 28 July 1983) is a...

  2. History of Venezuela - Wikipedia

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    History of Venezuela. 5 July 1811 (fragment), painting by Juan Lovera in 1811. The history of Venezuela reflects events in areas of the Americas colonized by Spain starting 1522; amid resistance from indigenous peoples, led by Native caciques, such as Guaicaipuro and Tamanaco. However, in the Andean region of western Venezuela, complex Andean ...

  3. Economy of Venezuela - Wikipedia

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    The economy of Venezuela is based primarily on petroleum and has been in a state of total economic collapse since 2013. Venezuela is the 8th largest member of OPEC and 26th in the world by oil production ( List of countries by oil production ). Since the 1920s, Venezuela has been a rentier state, offering oil as its main export.

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  4. Venezuela - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Ancient Venezuelans came from the east, west, south, and north. Christopher Columbus was the first European to enter Venezuela, but there were already people living there for a long time. The Spaniards first conquered Venezuela. Slaves were imported from Africa. Venezuela's inhabitants are very racially mixed. This comes from the colonial period. When whites (the British, Spaniards, French, etc.) conquered America's territory, they took their black African slaves to America to work. During Venezuela's colonial time, black people did not have any rights. They just worked for food. The native people were taught Roman Catholicism. For a long time, society was headed by white creoles, people in Venezuela that were descended from Spaniards but considered Venezuela home. The other Venezuelan people did not like that, and they started thinking about independence. On July 24, 1823, Venezuela won its independence, led by Simón Bolívar. Venezuela's modern history was shaped by a number of peo...

    The population of Venezuela is about 28,000,000 people.The ethnic groups of the population are: 1. 65%: multiracial. 2. 21%: European. 3. 10%: African. 4. 3%: Amerindian.

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  5. Crisis in Venezuela - Wikipedia

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    The Crisis in Venezuela during the Bolivarian Revolution is an ongoing socioeconomic and political crisis that began in Venezuela during the presidency of Hugo Chávez and has continued since. It is marked by hyperinflation, escalating starvation, disease, crime and mortality rates, resulting in massive emigration from the country.

    • 2010 — ongoing, (11 years, 1 week and 5 days)
    • Ongoing
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  7. Venezuela - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Venezuela ha ocupado un sitial en el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU en cuatro ocasiones, en los períodos de 1962 a 1963, de 1977 a 1978, de 1986 a 1987, de 1992 a 1993 y de 2015 a 2016. [126] En 2006 se postuló sin resultar electa. Venezuela posee un largo historial de reivindicaciones territoriales con Guyana y con Colombia.

    • Miranda, La Guaira, Distrito Capital
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  8. Venezuela – Wikipedia

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    Venezuela (amtlich Bolivarische Republik Venezuela, spanisch República Bolivariana de Venezuela [venezolanische Aussprache reˈpuβlika βoliβaˈɾjana ðe βeneˈswela]) ist ein südamerikanischer Staat an der Karibikküste. Er grenzt im Süden an Brasilien, im Westen an Kolumbien und im Osten an Guyana.

    Venezuela wurde 1811 von der Kolonialmacht Spanien unabhängig. Im Land herrscht seit der Bolivarischen Revolution von 1999 ein sozialistisch ausgerichtetes Präsidialsystem der Regierungspartei Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela. Seit 2014 wird Venezuela von deren Parteivorsitzenden Nicolás Maduro regiert, dessen Regierungszeit zunehmend von politischen Protesten und internationaler Isolation geprägt ist. Experten und Beobachter von links bis rechts schätzen den Regierungstil als autoritär und beklagten die Einschränkungen von Gewaltenteilung, freier Wahl und demokratischen Prinzipien.[7] Ein zustande gekommenes Abberufungsreferendum wurde 2016 mit Tricks unterbunden.[8] Das seit 2015 oppositionelle Parlament wurde seit den Wahlen von 2015 durch Notverordnungen umgangen sowie zuerst im März 2017 durch den de facto vom Staatspräsidenten kontrollierten Obersten Gerichtshof entmachtet,[7] danach wurde zur Entmachtung des Parlaments verfassungswidrig eine verfassunggebende Versammlung einberufen,[9], welche zudem die Generalstaatsanwältin Luisa Ortega entließ, wozu nur das Parlament befugt war.[10] Oppositionspolitiker wurden inhaftiert.[11] Weltweit wurde das Land von Kritikern der Entmachtung des Parlaments im Jahr 2017 als auf dem Weg zu einer zivilen Diktatur oder, aufgrund der immens wichtigen Rolle des Militärs, zu einer Militärdiktatur gesehen.[12][13][14][15][16][17]

    Venezuela verfügt über die größten nachgewiesenen Erdölreserven der Welt.[18] Die venezolanische Wirtschaft, die fast vollständig vom Erdölexport abhängig ist, befindet sich derzeit in einer schweren Krise, geprägt von Hyperinflation, Versorgungsengpässen und Hungersnöten mit einer Armutsquote, welche ab 2014 über 50 Prozent stieg, im Jahr 2016 rund 80 Prozent und bis Ende 2018 wohl 90 Prozent erreicht hatte.

  9. Venezuela at the 2020 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia

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    • Athletics
    • Boxing
    • Cycling
    • Fencing
    • Golf
    • Judo
    • Karate
    • Rowing
    • Sailing
    • Shooting

    Venezuelan athletes further achieved the entry standards, either by qualifying time or by world ranking, in the following track and field events (up to a maximum of 3 athletes in each event): Field events

    Venezuela entered four boxer into the Olympic tournament. All of them qualified after the 2021 Pan American Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament which was actually held in Buenos Aires, Argentinacancelled.

    Road

    Venezuela entered one rider to compete in the men's Olympic road race, by virtue of his top 50 national finish (for men) in the UCI World Ranking.

    BMX

    Venezuela entered one cyclist into the olympic competition as the next highest ranked at 2019 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships.

    Venezuela entered one fencer into the Olympic competition. London 2012 champion Rubén Limardo claimed a spot in the men's épée as the top-ranked fencer vying for qualification from the Americas in the FIE Adjusted Official Rankings, while José Quintero completed the Venezuelan roster by winning the final match of the men's sabre at the Pan American Zonal Qualifier in San José, Costa Rica.

    Venezuela entered one male golfers into the Olympic tournament. Jhonattan Vegasqualified directly among the top 60 eligible players for the men's event.

    Venezuela entered two female judoka into the Olympic tournament based on the International Judo FederationOlympics Individual Ranking. Women

    Venezuela entered three karateka into the inaugural Olympic tournament. 2019 Pan American Games champion Antonio Díazqualified directly for the men's kata category by finishing among the top four karateka at the end of the combined WKF Olympic Rankings.

    Venezuela qualified one boat in the men's lightweight double sculls for the Games by finishing last in the A-final and securing the second of three berths available at the 2021 FISA Americas Olympic Qualification Regatta in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Qualification Legend: FA=Final A (medal); FB=Final B (non-medal); FC=Final C (non-medal); FD=Final D (non-medal); FE=Final E (non-medal); FF=Final F (non-medal); SA/B=Semifinals A/B; SC/D=Semifinals C/D; SE/F=Semifinals E/F; QF=Quarterfinals; R=Repechage

    Venezuelan sailors qualified one boat in each of the following classes through the class-associated World Championships, and the continental regattas. M= Medal race; EL = Eliminated – did not advance into the medal race

    Venezuela entered one shooter at the games, after getting the allocation quotas. Qualification Legend: Q = Qualify for the next round; q= Qualify for the bronze medal (shotgun)

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    • Gold, 0, Silver, 0, Bronze, 0, Total, 0
  10. Venezuela – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Venezuela (pronúncia espanhola: [be.neˈswe.la]), oficialmente República Bolivariana da Venezuela (em castelhano: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), é um país da América localizado na parte norte da América do Sul, constituído por uma parte continental e um grande número de pequenas ilhas no Mar do Caribe, cuja capital e maior aglomeração urbana é a cidade de Caracas.

    • Mérida, Trujillo, Barinas
    • Caracas
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