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United States expands Venezuela visa bans
February 3rd, 2015
 
Venezuelan soldiers in anti-US march, 15 Dec 14Venezuelan government supporters and civil servants have marched against the US sanctions
 
The United States has imposed visa restrictions on unnamed Venezuelan officials it accuses of human rights violations and corruption.
 
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said the measures were an attempt to violate Venezuelan sovereignty.
 
They build on sanctions imposed last year on officials alleged to have violated the rights of protesters.
 
The list of officials banned from entering the US has been extended, and now includes family members.
 
"We are sending a clear message that human rights abusers, those who profit from public corruption, and their families are not welcome in the United States," said US state department spokeswoman Jen Psaki.
 
Mr Maduro reacted angrily and said he would write a letter to US President Barack Obama.
 
"We can't let an empire that has been eyeing all of us pretend or think it has the right to sanction the country of [Simon] Bolivar," Mr Maduro said, making reference to the Venezuela-born hero of Latin American liberation.
 
The sanctions imposed in December were aimed at officials accused over their role in suppressing anti-government protests that shook Venezuela in the first six months of 2014.