State Of Emergency: How Bad Can It Get In Venezuela?
5/18/2016 11:44:00 AM | via @Dvolatility |
"Venezuela’s government is rejecting an opposition-led call to recall President Maduro amid crippling power outages and shortages that have emptied stores, driven up inflation, forced schools to close Fridays and civil servants to go home half the week. But rationing has also triggered huge resentment and growing mob violence in a nation already home to one of the planet's highest homicide rates. Has it got bad enough for the military to step in, or has Venezuela passed the days of coup d'états? Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN." (Source: France 24, May 17, 2016)
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