Nicolás Maduro was born on November 23, 1962, in Caracas, Venezuela. Maduro worked as a bus driver before being named foreign minister of his home country in 2006. Nicolás Maduro officially entered politics in the late ’90s. Maduro campaigned for Hugo Chavez’s release from prison for the 1992 attempted coup to overthrow President Carlos Andres Perez. After Chavez’s release, Maduro helped him found the political party Fifth Republic Movement. After Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez won a third term in October 2012, he selected Maduro to serve as vice president. Read Nicolás Maduro Moros biography and profile.
Fabiana Rosales was born 22 of April of 1992, a Venezuelan journalist and the the wife of Juan Guaidó. Her father was a farmer, and her mother a journalist. As a child, she observed her mother’s interviews and became interested in social issues. She assisted in running the family farm and decided to study journalism. Her father died of a cardiac arrest in 2013, for which she blames the shortage of medicine in Venezuela. Read Fabiana Andreina Rosales Guerrero biography and profile.
Born in Sabaneta, Venezuela, on July 28, 1954, Hugo Chávez (Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías) attended the Venezuelan military academy and served as an army officer before participating in an effort to overthrow the government in 1992, for which he was sentenced to two years in prison. Continue reading Hugo Chavez Biography and Profile.
Juan Guaido was born 28 July 1983, one of seven children in the port city of La Guaira in the state of Vargas. Guaido and his family survived a catastrophic mudslide in 1999 that killed thousands of people and destroyed thousands of homes in La Guaira. Continue reading Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez Biography and Profile.