In Venezuela, making fun of Maduro is no longer a matter of laughter

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“Satirizing in a restricted society requires audacity, and that’s when the best, funniest and most incisive job comes up. Censorship ends up motivating creative boundaries. In our culture, satire always evolves, changes and resists attempts to extinguish it. It has survived other dictatorships and it will also survive this one” said Juan Andrés Ravell, co-creator of El Chigüire Bipolar.

El Nuevo Herald

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