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<nettime> New Venezuelan Anarchist Website in English
Quim Gil on Tue, 11 Feb 2003 18:32:20 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime> New Venezuelan Anarchist Website in English


History shows that paying attention to anarchist opinions is useful to,
at least, contrast opinions and informations. In the case of Venezuela
it's also useful to show that the crisis is not just a bipolarism
between left-people-grassroots and right-darkpowers-elites.

Quim

(fwd) From:  Nelson Méndez mendezn {AT} camelot.rect.ucv.ve

El Libertario website <www.nodo50.org/ellibertario> voice of the
Comisión de Relaciones Anarquistas (CRA) of Venezuela, has now a section
in English language:
http://www.nodo50.org/ellibertario/seccioningles.htm . It will allow
those who don't master the Spanish language to know the essence of the
proposals, analysis and activities of the Venezuelan libertarian
socialists. As for as we know, this is the first time a Latin American
anarchist group launches in the web an initiative of this kind.

CRA was born 1995 and since then it issues the printed version of El
Libertario being, nowadays, the most regular anarchist newsletter in
Latin America (5 issues per year) and the most printed (between 2000 and
3000 issues per edition). It is distributed in Venezuela and in others
countries of the continent. Since the publication of issue # 10 the main
texts of each newsletter are placed in the website
<samizdata.host.sk/LIB.html> and since issue # 29 it has its own
website. If more information about El Libertario and CRA is required,
please write (preferably in Spanish) to <ellibertarionodo50.org> or via
snail mail to: Emilio Tesoro, Apartado Postal 6303, Carmelitas, Caracas,
Venezuela.

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