Friday, September 19, 2008

Breaking news.-HRW Representative kicked out of Venezuela

The goverment issued a statement notifying the decision of the bolivarian goverment to "suppress the entry" of José Miguel Vivanco to Venezuela and its permanency in the country.

According to Noticias 24, last night Vivanco was detained and taken to the first fly out of Venezuela.

This comes after Human Right Watch presented a report about Venezuela and right after Vivanco's press conference in Caracas.

Here's the news from noticias24 and here's the link to HRW's latest report on Venezuela.

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