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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Venezuela State Governor Leads Protest on Expressway to Demand Elections


The governor of the central Venezuelan state of Miranda, Henrique Capriles, led a demonstration of about 100 citizens Tuesday on the Francisco Fajardo Expressway in Caracas to demand that elections for the country’s governors and mayors be held this year. Opposition Gov. Henrique Capriles was accompanied by the deputy speaker of the National Assembly, fellow opposition member Freddy Guevara, and by other anti-Chavista lawmakers, along with scores of banner-waving members of the opposition who blocked traffic for almost an hour on the capital’s principal east-west thoroughfare. “Yesterday we said... everything has to be done as a surprise so the government takes notice and begins to remember the Constitution and that it must respect it,” Capriles told journalists in reference to his statement Monday that the next demonstrations will neither be announced nor will they be conventional. More…

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