Skip to comments.Scores of Venezuelans march against government
Posted on 04/26/2014 2:35:20 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Scores of opponents of President Nicolás Maduro are marching in Caracas, vowing to remain on the streets in defiance of a high court ruling limiting protests. [ ]
Opponents say the ruling is the latest attempt by the socialist government to muzzle dissent amid widespread discontent with runaway inflation and record shortages.
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Think of how much more successful they would be if they hadn’t caved and turned in their guns when the gov’t put in gun control
Yes, but only because it is a repressive left wing dictatorship. Of course it doesn’t have to be fully left wing for El-Presidente, it just has to be repressive then it is good government. Socialist, fascist, muslim; it all all good as long as it is repressive.
Scores? That's hardly any!
I had close to two score at my last FReeper party, LOL!
Azerbaijan, Benin, Bulgaria, Chile, Greece, Iceland, Libya, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States are among the countries that voted in favor of the draft resolution, while Armenia, Belarus, Cuba, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea [North Korea], Nicaragua, Russia, Sudan, Venezuela and Zimbabwe voted against.
Angola, Argentina, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Mongolia, Nepal, Paraguay, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Uzebekistan and Zambia are among the nations that abstained from the voting at the 193-member General Assembly.
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