Bolvar, after eluding the knife of a hired assassin, moves to Haiti, in search of financial resources to continue the struggle.
Bolvar creates the State Council, the Government Council, the Superior War Council, the High Court of Justice, the Trade Council, and undertakes the establishment of a newspaper (which was to appear in June of 1818) called the Correo del Orinoco.
He called on the Labour leader to take direct action. 'Corbyn could CALL Maduro and ask him to STOP the beatings & killings.Meanwhile, in Venezuela, a revolution known as La Cosiata and headed by General Jos Antonio Pez, breaks out against the Bogot government.In April of 1826, Bolvar returns to Caracas and manages to reestablish peace at the beginning of 1827.Mr Corbyn, who idolised Venezuela's former socialist leader Hugo Chavez, refused to interrupt his holiday to speak out.Ex-Royal Green Jackets officer Mr Ellwood, 50, said: 'At the very moment when his intervention could help, the Labour leader chooses to sit on his hands.'His silence will be seen as tacitly supporting the escalation of violence as his president friend seeks to cling to power.
Ms Abbott, Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, also makes the remarkable claim the Venezuelan system is better than both the British and US systems.