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Venezuela: Police disperse opposition protests in Caracas

4 18.11.2019 Инфо

M/S Police pushing protesters, Caracas
M/S Protesters facing police
W/S Protesters facing police
W/S Police pushing protesters
M/S Police pushing protesters
M/S Protesters facing police
W/S Protesters marching with police behind
W/S Police in front of protesters holding Venezuelan flag
C/U Police in front of protesters holding Venezuelan flag
W/S Protesters chanting and holding signs
C/U Protesters holding signs
SOT, Osvaldo Herrera, Protester, (Spanish): "Today, all Venezuelans on a national level are protesting the lack of public services, the repression by the police and the National Guard, because Venezuelans are dying from a lack the of food and medical supplies."
M/S Protesters hitting pans
W/S Protesters chanting
SOT, Rene Zapata, Protester (Spanish): "Here are the teachers, the workers, the administrative workers, the people are here telling Maduro enough is enough, we want him to leave Miraflores (Government Palace) for good."
M/S Police
W/S Protesters chanting in front of police
M/S Protesters chanting in front of police officers
SCRIPT
Scuffles between the Venezuelan National Guard and protesters broke out in Caracas on Monday, as dozens of demonstrators blocked an avenue demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro.
Footage shows protesters chanting, holding sings and Venezuelan flags as they faced the police, who can be seeing being deployed in the avenue to disperse the protest.
"Here are the teachers, the workers, the administrative workers, the people are here telling Maduro enough is enough, we want him to leave Miraflores (Government Palace) for good," said Rene Zapata, one of the protesters.
Monday's new round of anti-government protests come two days after the Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido urged his supporters to return to the streets as a new wave of protests are sweeping Latin America, including in Bolivia and Chile.