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The fight in Venezuela: We want change

thousands of people went to Venezuela for the self-appointed interim President Guaidó on the road. The stresses that he will of course not be dissuaded. in t

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The fight in Venezuela: We want change

thousands of people went to Venezuela for the self-appointed interim President Guaidó on the road. The stresses that he will of course not be dissuaded.

in the Midst of the power struggle between the government and the Opposition have gone in Venezuela, once again of thousands of protesters against the controversial head of state, Nicolás Maduro on the road. Waving Venezuelan flags, and showed a Transparent with the inscription "freedom", "Respect human rights", "armed forces, find your Dignity again," and "Guaidó President".

With pots and pans as drums and horns, they gave their Protest, according to the strong expression. The protesters called on the armed forces to change sides and allow humanitarian aid into the country. "We want to live in a free country," said a protester in Caracas. "The people woke up. We want a change."

Guaidó stays in his course

"Venezuela is a dictatorship," said the self-appointed interim President Guaidó in a protest March to the Central University in Caracas. "We want to takeover for an end to the unauthorized power and new elections."

Venezuela's self-proclaimed President Guaidó calls for an end to the unauthorized transfer of power and elections.

Guaidó, and let the investigation of the Pro-government judiciary against him from his course. He do not head the fact that the Supreme court had forbidden him, in this connection, the departure from the country, said Guaidó.

journalists

taken in the Midst of the crisis of the state, the authorities of the country took yesterday, two French journalists. The Reporter had been arrested while filming the presidential Palace, said circles of diplomats. Also your producer in the South American country has since been detained by the police. The two Frenchmen worked for the transmitter TMC (Télé Monté Carlo). There is, as yet, no contact with the detainees.

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