Opposition Venezuela calls for 24-uursstaking against Maduro
The opposition in Venezuela has Monday called for a 24-uursstaking against president Nicolás Maduro. In the country it is all months restless after protests against the economic mismanagement of the government.
The strike would be Thursday. The opposition calls on Monday, on the appointment of new judges.
The opposition had Sunday an unofficial referendum was organised against the president. Venezuelans were called to give their opinion about a controversial proposal from Maduro to a constituent assembly.
Thus, then, the constitution of the country changed. According to the opposition wants Maduro, as the parliament lifting then Venezuela would turn into a dictatorship. Almost a third of the population of the country voted against government.
Maduro calls the referendum illegal and meaningless. On 30 July the president with a referendum in which the population is asked for support for his constituent meeting.
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