CARACAS. VENEZUELA, SEPTEMBER 4 – 2015: The cockpit of a major Venezuelan television prepares one of the many special programs broadcast on President Hugo Chavez Frias. Control over the media is a reality today in Venezuela. Digital media only saves the news blackout imposed by the government. The policy to persecuted independent media and journalists by the Chavez government is constantly denounced by international human rights institutions. Venezuela is experiencing the worst political crisis of its recent history. The economic crisis, shortages, levels of violence and political persecution have divided the country. Nicolas Maduro’s government is being accused by the opposition of systematically violating human rights and freedoms of the Venezuelan people. They accuse the government of abducting state institutions and to turn Venezuela into one of the worst political regimes in the world. At present, the international community views with concern the Venezuelan crisis and especially the situation of political prisoners.