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Venezuela: What is the new dollar price, according to DolarToday, today October 18, 2019? | DolarMonitor | USD to Venezuelan Bolivares Markets



Him price in dollars in Venezuela opened on Friday, October 18, according to information from Dolar today. This is in the context in which Venezuela reached a position on the UN Human Rights Council for the period 2020-2022, coinciding with the release of 24 arrested opponents.

This is how the price of dollar fell to 19,032.49 sovereign bolivars per dollar in the parallel market.

The figure reflects a drop of more than 100 bolivars from the previous day's price of 19,199.06, according to data from Dolar today.

Dollar to sovereign bolivars exchange rate

DollarsSovereign Bolivars
$ 595.162.45 sovereign bolivars
$ 10190,324.9 sovereign bolivars
$ 20380,649.8 sovereign bolivars
$ 50951,624.5 sovereign bolivars
$ 1001,903,249 sovereign bolivars
$ 5009,516,245 sovereign bolivars
$ 1,00019.032.49 sovereign bolivars

“Victory at the UN! With 105 votes in favor, Venezuela joins the United Nations Human Rights Council as a free and sovereign country. Above the threats, our Bolivarian Peace Diplomacy and the free self-determination of the peoples triumphed. Long live the Patria! ”Wrote Nicolás Maduro in his Twitter account.

It should be remembered that a recent report by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean Michelle Bachelet, said last July that the Venezuelan government recorded 5,287 deaths due to “resistance to authority” in 2018 and another 1,569 between January 1 and 19. May 2019.

Many of these cases, according to Bachelet, may constitute extrajudicial executions.

Maduro, under whose administration Venezuela has fallen into the worst crisis in its recent history, accused the High Commissioner of "lying" and having no evidence.

According to the NGO Criminal Forum to date, there are 466 "political prisoners" in the oil country.


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