Posted On September 24, 2018 By In Human Rights With 544 Views

Amnesty International says the crisis in Venezuela reaches at “breaking point.”

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has been widely condemned for overseeing one of the worst human rights crises in the country’s history. Citizens of the crisis-torn nation are struggling to cope with widespread food shortages, the collapse of its traditional currency and hyperinflation — which the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecast to hit 13,000 percent in 2018. Meanwhile, almost 75 percent of Venezuelans are reportedly suffering from weight loss and unemployment in the South American country is expected to skyrocket to 32 percent by 2022. Amnesty International said the crisis in the South American nation had reached “breaking point.”


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