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Nicola's Maduro Moros was born in Caracas on November 23, 1962. He completed his secondary studies at the Jose' Ávalos High School.  He was a member of the Socialist League. When he was very young, he began working as a driver in the Caracas Metro, a company in which he became a member of the Board of Directors and became a union leader. Founder of the new Union of the Caracas Metro (SITRAMECA).

He participated prominently in the National Directorate of the MBR-200 (1994-1997). National Founder of the Bolivarian Force of Workers (FBT), organization of which he was National Coordinator.

Founding member of the Fifth Republic Movement (MVR) and Coordinator of the Parliamentary Team of this political party between 2000 and 2001.

Coordinator of the parliamentary team of the Bloque del Cambio in the National Assembly (AN) and Deputy to the Congress of the Republic of Venezuela from January 23 to December 15, 1999.

In the Congress of the Republic of Venezuela, he was chief of fraction of the Fifth Republic Movement (MVR) and member of various permanent commissions.

Member of the National Constituent Assembly between August 1999 and January 2000; President of its Citizen Participation Commission and member of the Economic and Social Commission.

Elected Principal Deputy for the Federal District for the five-year period 2000-2005. He chaired the National Assembly between January and August 2006, the date on which he is called to assume the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a position from which he promoted, along with Commander Hugo Cha'vez, the creation and consolidation of ALBA (2001); Petrocaribe (2005); Unasur (2008) and CELAC (2010).

On October 10, 2012, he was appointed Executive Vice President. On March 8, 2013, a few days after the physical disappearance of President Cha'vez, he was appointed, by constitutional mandate, President in Charge of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

On April 14, 2013, he was elected Constitutional President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, becoming the first Chavista and working-class president in contemporary Venezuelan history.

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The Head of State, Nicola's Maduro, denounced the aggressions of criminal sanctions and coercive measures against Venezuela and said with certainty that the united world will defeat neo-fascism, From Uploaded
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Venezuela Advocates for a United Nations System that Protects the Peoples of the World The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicola's Maduro Moros, during his participation in the High Level Meeting of the General Assembly in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations, He advocated the construction of a multipolar world where respect prevails, together with a renewed United Nations system "that enforces international law, that protects the peoples of the world."
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Venezuelan People Join Struggle Against Racism and Repression in U.S. On behalf of the Venezuelan people, I express our solidarity with the family of George Floyd, the African American community and the American people who are fighting for equality and justice. A cry goes out from U.S. cities: No more racism! No more police violence!