El Amparo's neighbors protested with barricades and burned rubber



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22 January 2019 09:57
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Updated January 22, 2019 22:15

Neighbors in the El Amparo neighborhood of the city of Libertador burned trash and garbage in the form of a protest against the government Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday night.

Protesters called out slogans referring to Maduro's exit to restore state democracy. Uniforms try to control the situation, which residents respond to by throwing stones.

A pope is looking for Sucre Avenue.

In some regions of the Republic of Venezuela they are cacerolearon to express their dissatisfaction. In addition, various regions of the capital developed protests where they burned garbage to form barricades.

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