The demonstrators, protesting against the policies pursued by the socialists, burned down the house in the town of Barinas, where childhood of the late now the country’s President Hugo Chavez, as well as several government offices and the regional office of the National electoral Council,
About it reports on Tuesday, may 23, the news Agency The Associated Press citing opposition Deputy of the city Council of Valencia, Pedro Luis Castillo.
Citizens are outraged by the level of inflation, shortages of food and medicine and crime. These are the results of the reign of Nicolas Maduro, the successor and follower of Chavez. During the protests killed at least five monuments to the deceased leader.
In Barinas, the bulwark of the Bolivarian revolution continue today unrest: demonstrators opposed to the national guard. Shops and other businesses private businesses closed, the city is full of blazing barricades.