Dozens of Venezuelan-Americans gathered in Doral Thursday morning to board buses bound for Washington D.C. where they hope to pressure Congress and the White House to crack down on Venezuela’s government which they call a dictatorship.
A caravan of Venezuelans from South Florida will head to Washington D.C. on Thursday to press for lawmakers to place sanctions on Venezuela.
In support of student protesters abroad, Venezuelans in Miami are holding a 5K run on Saturday.
Governor Rick Scott and Senator Marco Rubio made their way to Doral Friday where protesters rallied for change in their country to speak to the leaders of the Miami-Venex Democratic Unity Roundtable.
As the violence worsens in Venezuela, several South Florida lawmakers have come out asking for sanctions to be imposed against the country’s socialist regime led by President Nicolas Maduro.
Dozens of Venezuelans in Doral rallied against the country’s political regime over the weekend.
Venezuelans traveling to Florida and other popular destinations will no longer be allowed to spend as much money during their trip.
A Miami Herald reporter held in Venezuela against his will arrived in Miami on Sunday. Andean bureau chief Jim Wyss arrived aboard an American Airline flight which landed at Miami International Airport at 10:38 a.m.
Venezuelans across South Florida are headed to New Orleans to vote in the first presidential election since the death of Hugo Chavez.
U.S.-based Venezuelans are heading to New Orleans to cast ballots in their homeland’s presidential election after the country’s consulate in Miami closed.