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    Posted February 13, 2014 by
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    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Protest in Valencia, Venezuela Prevo


    I have been stuck here in Venezuela for a few weeks now and the protest are because the citizens of Venezuela want a new and better government. There are simple things and necessary products like milk toilet paper and news paper that can't be found. In the national news here there are on reports of what's going on in the country. The entrance and exit to the capital city Caracas have been denied to everyone. The government also has denied the national news and press of paper to be able to print and make public the news. The students and protestors who join them are being arrested and tortured. The government are paying men called "Tupamaros" to shoot against the protestors and blame the opposition of promoting violence; when all the protestors come in peace.

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