Venezuela opposition leader calls for protests to continue

Monday, June 5, 2017|9 a.m.

CARACAS, Venezuela– Jailed Venezuela opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez is advising supporters to keep showing as an anti-government demonstration movement that has actually declared more than 60 lives enters its 3rd month.

A boy who was set ablaze during a Might demonstration in a wealthy part of Caracas caught his injuries on Sunday.

Protesters required to Caracas’ streets again Monday, shutting down main roadways to require brand-new presidential elections after the release of a video where Lopez revealed assistance for the movement. The video was taped at the penal institution where Lopez has actually been held since leading a wave of street protests in 2014.

Former Spanish President Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero and Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez visited Lopez at the jail on Sunday. The political leaders did not say what they went over.

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