Venezuela goes up in flames while the ruling party blames fascism

Venezuela goes up in flames while the ruling party blames fascism

Published on 22 Apr 2024

In alliance between ProBox and Efecto Cocuyo

From that moment on, the conversation online about the forest fires increased and also the reports about the causes of the hot spots and fires that reached Caracas, but which had already been registered in the country for months.
The problem is complex: while the scientific community warns about this and associates it with factors such as global warming and the El Niño phenomenon, conspiracy theories that speak of simultaneous arson and respond to a “fascist strategy” are heard from the government. 

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