PSUV

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PSUVPartido Socialista Unido de Venezuela (Spanish: United Socialist Party of Venezuela)
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(55 b) Colectivos often espouse far left-wing ideologies that are more militant than the PSUV's party line.
Item: A BBC account (July 3, 2018) of the economic disaster in Venezuela did not even include the word "socialism" in its reporting about that nation that has been ruled for two decades by the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela, or PSUV).
En la actualidad, el espectro se ha ampliado y existen elementos que los vinculan con Accion Democratica (A.D), Partido Social Cristiano (COPEI), Partido Comunista, Patria para Todos (PPT), Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS), Causa Radical (3)7 (CR) y con nuevas organizaciones como el Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela (PSUV), Un Nuevo Tiempo (UNT), Primero Justicia (PJ) y Voluntad Popular (4)8 (VP), entre otras.
Major political gains on the part of the opposition in December's legislative elections will result in a gradual turn towards more orthodox economic policy, although the pace of change will be substantially hampered by the institutional strength of the PSUV and the power of the executive branch.
Elected for a six-year term by a narrow margin of just over 1 per cent in April 2013, he has ruled by decree for most of his presidency, backed by a Parliament dominated by the PSUV. With its two-thirds majority of 112, the non-PSUV legislators can amend the Constitution promulgated by Hugo Chavez in 1999.
It seems the country makes its oil wealth leave to escape between its own fingers when it comes to daily export and low prices, but on the other hand this is their forward premeditated policy, as the current rulling socialist party PsUv declares (Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela led by hugo Chavez, currently by the president nicolas Maduro).
But there is dissension within the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), too and it remains to be seen whether it will be able to pull its act together and once more come up with a coherent program for pursuing at least minimal goals, such as expanding the important but insufficient gains in respect of prioritizing health, education and, more broadly, the redistribution of wealth.
Flores and Maduro in 2007 had been made leadership members of Chavez's Partida Socialista Unido de Venezuela (PSUV), the ruling organisation after mergers with other leftist parties and the dissolution of MVP.