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Análisis Político

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MARTINEZ MEUCCI, Miguel Ángel. Coups D'etat In Venezuela During The 1989-2004 Period: Evolution Of Conflict And Sociopolitical Framework. anal.polit. [online]. 2008, vol.21, n.64, pp.3-21. ISSN 0121-4705.

Coups d’êtat are not punctual events in the political life of a country, but situations closely linked and conditionate by the social/political dynamic of a nation, so being the practical materialization of patterns of conflict already installed in the society. As proposed by Jesús De Andrés, the origins and performance of coups d’êtat may be studied through the identification of its situations, framing processes and organization. This essay follows that methodology in order to briefly approch the three coup d’êtat that have taken place in Venezuela between 1989 and 2004, linking its irruption with the evolution of the patterns of conflict that signed the nation thoroughout the last two decades. As conclusion, the author thinks that 1992 coups modified the pattern of conflict, even articulating a new one, while the 2002 coup was the frustrated outcome of a social movement that emerged as a response to that new pattern of conflict.

Palavras-chave : coup d’êtat; patterns of conflict; Venezuela.

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