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    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, continúa paralizada por protestas estudiantiles (english/español)

    For third consecutive day, Ciudad Guayana students have managed to maintain the barricades of protests that began on 12F. Today several labor representatives from Basic Industry's unions (Iron, Aluminum) showed support but making clear that "You,( the students), are the protagonists and those with the baton."

    Unlike other states, the strength of the GNB have allowed peaceful civil protests. They have spoken with students trying to allow vehicular traffic. However students are adamant in their protest.

    Students expect the citizens of San Felix and Puerto Ordaz support and join the protests. After all, they are present there to defend our future.


    Por tercer día consecutivo los estudiantes de Ciudad Guayana han logrado mantener las barricadas de protestas que iniciaron el 12F. Hoy varios representantes de los sindicatos de trabajadores de las industrias básicas se acercaron a brindar apoyo dejando claro que "Ustedes, los estudiantes, son los protagonistas y los que tienen la batuta".

    A diferencia de otros estados del país, los efectivos de la GNB han permitido las protestas pacíficas. Han dialogado con los estudiantes intentando lograr que permitan el paso vehicular. Sin embargo los estudiantes se mantienen firmes en su protesta.

    Los estudiantes esperan que los ciudadanos de San Felix y Puerto Ordaz apoyen las protestas y se unan. Después de todos ellos están allí presentes defendiendo nuestro futuro.

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