Who is the real Venezuela President?
President of Venezuela
|President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
|Presidente de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela
|Presidential Standard of Venezuela
|Incumbent Nicolás Maduro since 19 April 2013
|Mr. President (Señor Presidente) or His Excellency
What President made Venezuela socialist?
|Comandante Hugo Chávez
|Pedro Carmona (acting)
|President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela
|In office 24 March 2007 – 5 March 2013 Eternal President since 26 July 2014
Who ruled Venezuela?
Nicolás Maduro has been the president of Venezuela since 14 April 2013, when he won the second presidential election after Chávez’s death, with 50.61% of the votes against the opposition’s candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski, who had 49.12% of the votes.
Who is the rightful president of Venezuela?
|Assumed office 5 January 2019 Disputed with Jorge Rodríguez since 5 January 2021
|Edgar Zambrano Juan Pablo Guanipa
|National Assembly Majority Leader
Who are the two presidents of Venezuela?
The current presidency has been disputed between Juan Guaido and Nicolás Maduro since January 10, 2019, in the ongoing Venezuelan presidential crisis.
Who started socialism in Venezuela?
United Socialist Party of Venezuela
|United Socialist Party of Venezuela Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela
|24 March 2007
|• Fifth Republic Movement • Venezuelan Popular Unity
When did Venezuela become communist?
Communist Party of Venezuela
|Communist Party of Venezuela Partido Comunista de Venezuela
|5 March 1931
|Calle Jesús Faría, Parroquia San Juan, Caracas
|Communist Youth of Venezuela
Why did Spain colonize Venezuela?
Colonial Venezuela’s primary value to Spain was geographic: its long Caribbean coastline provided security from foreign enemies and pirates for the Spanish bullion fleet during its annual journey between Portobelo, in present-day Panama, and Cuba.
Is Maduro legitimate elected?
He was declared the winner in May 2018 after multiple major opposition parties were banned from participating, among other irregularities; many said the elections were invalid. Some politicians both internally and internationally said Maduro was not legitimately elected and considered him an ineffective dictator.