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    Posted February 19, 2014 by
    alejocamacho
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    San Cristobal, Tachira State, Venezuela
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    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Young Protesters in San Cristobal

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     alejocamacho shot footage of young students "trying to be heard" in San Cristobal, Venezuela. The 53-year-old banker said he supports the protesters. "Even though they are burning debris and blocking streets they are not trying to harm people," he said. "It is not easy to express yourself in this country now ... There have been more than 15 years that the majority of the Venezuelan citizens are going through tough times. There are so many problems we have to face everyday and there seems to be not a sincere attitude from the high government officials to rectify [them]."
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    Students participate in protests in San Cristóbal, Venezuela, tonight, Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Viaducto Nuevo. They blocked the streets and burnt debris as a form of protest that have been erupting every day during the whole month of february and intensified from february 12th. They express concern for the problems that Venezuelan face like crime, scarcity, high prices, deteriorating public services, injustice, armed forces abuse and many other issues,

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