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Venezuela: Maduro supporters march in solidarity with Bolivia's Morales

5 17.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and Bolivia's former president Evo Morales' supporters march, Caracas
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching; sign reading "No Trump"
M/S Protesters chanting slogans
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching
M/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters marching
W/S Protesters by stage
W/S Screen on stage reading (Spanish): "Anti-imperialist Venezuela; against fascism and in defence of La Paz"
W/S Protesters by stage
W/S Protesters by stage
W/S Protesters by stage
W/S Protesters by stage
SOT, Diosdado Cabello, President of National Constituent Assembly (Spanish): "He is wrong once and wrong twice. Misters of US, we will tell you again, who govern in the United States, the chiefs of imperialism here in Venezuela, in the Bolivarian homeland, there is only one president named Nicolas Maduro Moros. If you want to talk to the president call Miraflores Palace, they will answer: Nicolas Maduro Moros."
W/S Protesters cheering
W/S Protesters chanting slogans
SCRIPT
Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro flooded Caracas on Saturday, to show solidarity with resigned Bolivian President Evo Morales.
Footage shows demonstrators marching through the city with flags of Venezuela and Bolivia, before rallying around a stage where a slogan reading "anti-imperialist Venezuela; against fascism and in defence of La Paz" was displayed.
President of the National Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello addressed the crowd and said: "misters of US, we will tell you again, who govern in the United States, the chiefs of imperialism here in Venezuela, in the Bolivarian homeland, there is only one president named Nicolas Maduro Moros."
On Saturday, thousands of protesters joined Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president of Venezuela Juan Guaido as they marched through the streets of Caracas, demanding the departure of President Nicolas Maduro.