Leopoldo Lopez

Leopoldo Lopez
Leopoldo Lopez

Leopoldo Lopez has a Starscore of 307,357 and is No.9544 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 1,077,430 Facebook fans, 3,109,008 Twitter followers and 4,628,893 YouTube views. Today Leopoldo Lopez gained 308 Facebook fans, gained 425 YouTube views and gained 1,433 Twitter followers. His social media ranking has moved down 4 places in the daily Venezuela Chart to no.18 and remains at no.8 in the all time Venezuela Chart.

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Leopoldo López Mendoza is a Venezuelan politician and economist, currently serving as National Coordinator of Venezuelan political party Voluntad Popular. Born in Caracas on 29 April 1971, he received a degree in Sociology from Kenyon College, and later Master of Public Policy from Harvard University. Lopez first ventured into politics in 2000 when he co-founded the political party Primero Justicia alongside Henrique Capriles Radonski and Julio Borges, and ran successfully for the mayorship of the Chacao Municipality in the regional elections held in July 2000. During his tenure, he received multiple awards for honest and efficient civic administration.Two years into his first term as mayor, a failed coup d'état took place, temporarily removing then-President Hugo Chávez from office. According to Los Angeles Times, Lopez "orchestrated the public protests against Chávez and he played a central role in the citizen's arrest of Chavez's interior minister, Ramón Rodríguez Chacín." In 2008, when López planned to run for mayor of Caracas, the Venezuelan government took action to bar him from holding public office for the next six years. As a result, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights sanctioned Chávez for violating the human rights of opposition candidates by disqualifying them from running, and in 2010 the court reached a unanimous decision in favour of Lopez.López, who led the 2014 protests in Caracas, was arrested on 18 February under charges of arson, terrorism, and homicide. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and other international human-rights groups condemned his arrest as politically motivated.