Venezuelans have returned to take to the streets to denounce the lack of food or fuel and the collapse of public services related to the coronavirus crisis, the opposition reports, which documented twenty protests during the weekend.
On Saturday there were “more than twenty outbreaks of protest in the states of Caracas, Miranda, Sucre, Zulia, Amazonas, Bolívar, Anzoátegui and Nueva Esparta over the flare up of the humanitarian crisis that the country is experiencing,” the National Communication Center reported. that acts as the press office of the self-proclaimed “responsible president” Juan Guaidó.
He highlighted the Zulia case in which “kidney patients took to the streets to request fuel and reiterated that it is vital to travel to the health centers where their treatments are practiced.”
Protests have taken place in recent weeks, the most serious of which were registered on Thursday in Upata, Bolivar (southeast), due to a lack of food and other basic products and a death.