Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution and the Venezuelan people was in force in the political and cultural event that took place on February 22nd in the “A Voz do Operário” (Workers Voice) hall in Lisbon.
February 22nd - 18h
Voz do Operário - Lisboa
Raising the defence of peace as the prominent issue given Trump's reiterated threat of militarily attacking Venezuela and the Venezuelan people, organizations promote a political-cultural event on February 22nd, beginning at 18 at Voz do Operário, in Lisbon.
On Monday, 11 February 2019 a meeting to denounce of the imperialist coup d'etat in Venezuela was organized outside the US Embassy by the Cyprus Peace Council. Messages to the event were sent by the President of the World Peace Council Socorro Gomez and Executive Secretary of the Venezuelan International Solidarity Committee, Gabriel Aggrere.
The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) expresses profound indignation at the Portuguese Government's recognition of the US puppet Juan Guaidó's self-proclamation as "president" of Venezuela, in complete disrespect for the Constitution of the Portuguese Republic and International Law.
The Czech Peace Movement most definitely protests against the recognition of Juan Guaidó as „the provisional president of Venezuela“ by the Czech government. At this step the Czech Republic has shamefully joined the United States of America and the Euroepoan Union in attempts of coup d´etat in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
Seventeen years after the Israeli imprisonment of the Palestinian MP Ahmad Sa’adat, perpetrated on January 15th 2002, the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) reaffirms the demand for his liberation, as well as the liberation of all other Palestinian political prisoners —more than 5000, many of which children— incarcerated in Israeli prisons.
On January 1st, 2959, the Rebel Army, supported by the great mass of the Cuban people, entered Havana ended the corrupt tyranny of Fulgêncio Baptista and his henchmen, governors of Cuba in the interest of the USA.
The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC), given the serious threats agains the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, divulges two recent statements by CPPC and the posters of two forthcoming solidarity initiatives, to be held in Lisbon and Porto, promoted by CPPC alongside other Portuguese organizations.
The AIPSO notes with concern the current situation in Venezuela resulting from renewed interference of the United States in the internal affairs of this sovereign country with the expressed aim of overthrowing the legitimately elected President, Nicolas Maduro.