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Show simple item record Bolívar, Ligia Rodríguez, Carlos 2022-03-02T16:09:58Z 2022-03-02T16:09:58Z 2021-03-30
dc.identifier.citation Chicago es_ES
dc.description To carry out this research, interviews were conducted in countries where there are no consular services of Venezuela and also in countries where there is a dual situation: Where Nicolas Maduro’s authority and administration are not recognized and there has been a rupture in the diplomatic relations, but consular relations remain with Maduro’s representatives and representatives of the National Assembly elected in 2015. The material for this report was collected between December 2020 and March 2021. es_ES
dc.description.abstract On January 29, 2019, the transitional government in Venezuela appointed diplomatic representatives to more than 40 countries and multilateral organizations. A general rupture of relations of several States with the government represented by Nicolás Maduro occurred but was not limited to the diplomatic sphere, as in some cases, this rupture extended to consular relations. The absence of consular services affects the Venezuelan population outside the country and has a negative impact on the exercise of their rights, due to the restrictions to the access to documents that can only be issued by the Venezuelan state. At the same time, it also implicates the impossibility to carry out procedures before the authorities of host countries, as well as the absence of social, economic and legal assistance in cases of emergency. This situation usually goes unnoticed in host countries of the Venezuelan population, which is why the Human Rights Center of the Andrés Bello Catholic University (CDH UCAB) decided to address this issue with the aim of giving visibility to the reality of the Venezuelan people abroad in the exercise of their rights es_ES
dc.language.iso en_US es_ES
dc.subject Consular Services es_ES
dc.subject Venezuelan Population es_ES
dc.subject Venezuelan Human Mobility es_ES
dc.subject Human Rights es_ES
dc.subject Consular Relations es_ES
dc.subject Venezuela es_ES
dc.subject International Relations es_ES
dc.title Defenseless es_ES
dc.title.alternative Defenseless.Impact of the absence of consular services on the rights of the Venezuelan population abroad es_ES
dc.type Report es_ES

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