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    Posted February 13, 2014 by
    Elente
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    Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Puerto Ordaz still under control by students

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Venezuelan Elente took these photos of makeshift barricades built by students and locals in the southern Venezuelan city of Puerto Ordaz. The barricades formed part of anti-government protests in the city, and in others across the country, by residents demanding better security, economic reform and the release of protesters detained in earlier marches. "The students (along with smaller group of civilians) put barricades on every corner of the avenues, blocking the transit [routes] and yelling messages for peace, saying 'we don't want a Cubanized Venezuela'," he said. "The atmosphere is kind of tolerant between protesters and the police. Shops and mall owners are sympathetic with the students' actions." Read the latest on events in Venezuela here.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    On the second day of civilian protest against Nicolas Maduro's regime, the uptown commerce center of Puerto Ordaz, Altavista, remain under control of students. Commerce owners also adhered to the protest in support of nationwide situation. So far the police has taken no action against them

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