rabble.ca is part of a Canadian labour and community delegation heading to Venezuela to observe the May 20th national federal elections and meet with local community and labour leaders. Follow all of our coverage, including video and print reports from people on the ground, below.

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Nino Pagliccia | The elections are over but the electoral process in Venezuela has not ended.
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Counting votes in Caracas. Photo: Humberto Da Silva
Humberto DaSilva | rabble.ca's correspondent to the Venezuelan presidential elections on May 20 reflects on what he saw in Caracas.
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Humberto DaSilva | Often right-wing violence is meant to provoke security forces so that their reaction could be recorded and broadcast as if it were unprovoked repression.
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Jim Hodgson | Venezuela's election was an effort to educate Maduro loyalists and to separate the opposition into two groups: those who are open to reasonable negotiation and those whose position will never change.
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Humberto DaSilva | A look at how the election was determined in Caracas, on May 20.
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Closing of a voting table at about 7 pm Sunday in the teacher’ college in Ali Primera park, Caracas. Photo: Jim Hodgson
Jim Hodgson | Venezuelans merit attention and solidarity as they try to find a way forward. Democracy is supposed to be about the people ruling.
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Humberto DaSilva | A resident of a Caracas public housing project offers international delegates an opinion on Venezuela’s political and economic situation.
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Humberto DaSilva | A dispatch from the 2018 presidential election in Venezuela, talking to ordinary citizens.
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Humberto DaSilva | Raul Burbano of Common Frontiers sits down with Francisco Torrealba, Vice President of the Central Bolivariana Socialista de Trabajadores.
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Humberto DaSilva | rabble.ca's correspondent Humberto Da Silva reports as citizens cast their ballots on Sunday, May 20.
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checking voters lists in El Valle neighbourhood, Caracas
Jim Hodgson | In a sense, this vote is a referendum on the orientation to social solidarity and to participatory democracy that involves communities in processes of consultation and decision-making.
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Jim Hodgson | Canadian observers of Venezuela's election hear from the foreign minister, and he's not happy about a recent Canadian decision.