Seems a bit much.
(Sputnik) – Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro declared a state of emergency in January, which was extended for two months last week, as opposition ramps up to remove him from office. Meanwhile, in Brazil, rumors are spreading about the government selling off state assets just days after President Dilma Rousseff was suspended pending an impeachment trial.
Speaking about the extension of the state of emergency in Venezuela, Dr. Francisco Dominguez said that there were “threatening noises” from the May 12-13 Concordia Summit in New York. The “noises,” according to Moniguez, suggest that measures should be taken to “sort out difficulties that the United States have with governments like Venezuela.”