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  • Posted March 5, 2014 by
    CARACAS, Venezuela
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Venezuela needs your voice! #SOSVenezuela

    Do you know why are venezuelans protesting?
    We are protesting because one Venezuelan is murdered every 20 minutes... Because we are shot for a cellphone...
    Because we are tired of doing long lines to buy milk, flour, sugar, oil, chicken, toilet paper...
    We protest because we can't find out what's happening in our own country, since the government censored or shut down the independent media.
    We protest because today there are students and political leaders in prison just for disagreeing with the government.

    Is NOT fair to live like this!

    You can help us! Just share this with your familiy, friends and co-wokers.


    ¡Venezuela necesita tu voz! #SOSVenezuela

    ¿Sabes por qué los venezolanos protestamos?

    Protestamos porque un venezolano es asesinado cada 20 minutos... Porque nos matan por un teléfono celular
    Porque estamos cansados de hacer largas colas para comprar leche, harina, azúcar, aceite, pollo, papel higiénico...
    Protestamos porque no tenemos como enterarnos de lo ocurre en nuestro propio país, ya que el Gobierno censuró y cerró a los medios independientes...
    Protestamos porque hay estudiantes y líderes políticos que hoy están presos sólo por disentir. ¡No es justo vivir así!

    ¡Tu puedes ayudarnos! Comparte este video con tus familiares, amigos y compañeros de trabajo. ¡Venezuela te necesita!

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