Yamily Habib

Writer and Content Producer
Yamily Habib
I cover national and international politics from a Latino perspective.

A fanatic of history and political analysis, I now dedicate myself to giving news platforms the historical background they so desperately need. Art historian, visual anthropologist and philosopher living in France, I found in AL DÍA News the space to put political reality in context from a new perspective. When I am not writing, I dedicate my time to discovering the Latin American musical avant-garde, far from the reggeton and stereotyped tendencies. Proudly Venezuelan, in diaspora.

Contact Form URL:
Area of Coverage: 
National Politics
Writer and Content Producer

20 years after his victory, Hugo Chávez remains Venezuela's worst nightmare

 12/06/2018 - 15:33

On Sunday, December 6th, 1998, Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías became president of one of the richest countries in Latin America. His unfulfilled promises have led to one of the darkest episodes in the history of a country that is now the poorest in the region.


20 años después de su victoria, Hugo Chávez sigue siendo la peor pesadilla de Venezuela

 12/06/2018 - 14:05

El domingo 6 de diciembre de 1998, Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías se hacía con la presidencia de uno de los países más ricos de Latinoamérica. Sus promesas se han transformado en uno de los episodios más oscuros del país que es ahora el más pobre de la región.


5 keys to understanding the phenomenon of the Yellow Vests in France

 12/04/2018 - 12:17
A protester wearing a yellow vest (gilets jaunes) waves a French flag during clashes with riot police near the Arc de Triomphe as part of a demonstration on high fuel prices on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, France, on May 1. December 2018. EFE/EPA/YOAN VALAT

Riots and chaos have ruled the streets of Paris and the rest of France over the last few weekends, in what seems to be one of the most important social revolts in recent years. The so-called "Yellow Vests" have decided to confront the government's economic policies through what many have called "excessive violence."