Historic protest in Venezuela: students protest in the vicinity of the Miraflores Palace, a territory vetoed by Chavismo

Student protest in Venezuela

The Student Movement of Venezuela started last June 5 a great mobilization from various parts of the country that culminates this Thursday in Caracas, with the aim of show your rejection of the regime of Nicolás Maduro.

The protest is historic given that young people are protesting in the vicinity of the Miraflores Palace, a territory vetoed by Chavismo.

The concentration, which has the support of the interim president, Juan Guaidó, is celebrated under the name “Route through Venezuela”And various civil society organizations that demand for the freedom of the nation, the end of the crisis and a dignified life.

The Student Movement of Venezuela began on June 5 a great mobilization from various parts of the country that culminates this Thursday in Caracas
The objective is to show its rejection of the regime of Nicolás Maduro
The objective is to show its rejection of the regime of Nicolás Maduro

The students are going to go from the interior of the country to Caracas, to the capital city, and we are going to demand a dignified life for each one of us.“Said the spokeswoman for the autonomous universities, Yeissel Perez, during the March meeting, in which the activity was announced. The great march that ends today lasted 19 days.

The main association that put this initiative to work is the Confederation of Students of Venezuela (CONFEV). At the time, the spokesman for the private universities of Venezuela, Terry Villanueva, asked the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle bachelet, what was attentive to these mobilizations to ensure that the Venezuelan authorities did not prevent them.

The protest is historic given that young people are protesting in the vicinity of the Miraflores Palace, a territory vetoed by Chavismo
The protest is historic given that young people are protesting in the vicinity of the Miraflores Palace, a territory vetoed by Chavismo
The protest has the support of Juan Guaidó
The protest has the support of Juan Guaidó
The youth marched peacefully for 19 days
The youth marched peacefully for 19 days

We warn the regime and, specifically, Nicolás Maduro, that if they try to silence us or repress us, they will be responsible for our integrity”Added Villanueva.

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The #RutaXVzla arrived in Caracas! #24Jun | The Student Movement protested in the vicinity of the Miraflores Palace to tell the dictatorship that we will not leave the streets, nor to raise our voice until we regain our freedom, ”the Venezuelan Student Confederation expressed on Twitter.

And he added: “Students will not leave the streets! Today we go to Miraflores to tell the regime that we have many reasons to fight, for our future and that of all Venezuelans, we will not stop raising our voice”.

Venezuela has been going through the worst political and economic crisis in its modern history, which is expressed in high inflation and the emigration of more than five million people.

The regime blames this situation on the blockade generated by the sanctions of the US and other countries on Venezuela, despite the fact that the crisis began years before the economic fines, dating from 2017, were imposed.

The sanctions imposed on previous dates were applied exclusively to certain Chavismo officials and leaders in a private capacity, without affecting the country’s economy.

However, the collapse of the state oil company PDVSA, one of the country’s great sources of wealth for decades, began in 2014, three years before economic sanctions were imposed on Venezuela.

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