Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Venezuela's repression increases

The Venezuelan Intelligence Service is currently carrying out an investigation among its employees, trying to see who may have any connection with the opposition. Employees' calls are screened, anyone with any link to the opposition is being interrogated.

In the Western state of Zulia several journalists were detained because they were covering the protests there.

Maduro declared by forced TV and radio broadcast he won't allow the march planned by the opposition to the National Electoral Council

7 people died in yesterday protests. 135 persons have been detained. The national government says the culprit is Capriles. This is calling for restrain.

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