A group of men opened fire on protesters in Caracas. It is reported by El Nacional.
It is noted that perhaps the fire was opened by fighters from “colectivos” — Pro-government militias. The shelling injured two people, they were taken to the hospital.
According to the publication, residents came out to protest because of the irregular supply of electricity and lack of potable water. The protesters blocked the traffic on the streets.
Last month, the outages occurred in Venezuela a few times. Most large-scale failure has occurred in the night of 8 March, remained without electricity for 21 of the 23 States of the country. Maduro called blackout “electric war” with the United States. Officials accused the opposition that they attacked power stations with Molotov cocktails.
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