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Crisis in Venezuela

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Venezuelans rally together in hope of a brighter tomorrow.

Venezuelans rally together in hope of a brighter tomorrow.

Venezuelans rally together in hope of a brighter tomorrow.

Jonathan Rodriguez, Staff Writer

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Venezuela has gone into a crisis that has lead the whole country into depression. Families are left to starve to death and people are running out of clothes to wear.

Venezuela got a dictator in the year 2013 by the name of Nicolas Maduro and has left everyone to starve and has taken their land, and he has made the citizens of Venezuela go wild. People made protests to get Nicolas Maduro out of presidency because of the harm he is making to the country. Fights were started, fires were made, and people are losing family members because of food issues.

The United States has sent red cross members to Venezuela to help out food wise and other type of ways. The economy in Venezuela has also dropped a very large amount. People that live in other parts of the world that are from Venezuela pray for the safety of their country and families.

The last time Venezuela was in this crisis was in 2002 when the government wanted to take over everything the citizens own. Something to think about is that their crisis can also affect the United States because of the amount of money the United States is putting into Venezuela for their recovery.

Shops have been emptied, schools have closed, roads have been blocked, and citizens are protesting. Also, the president does not want to do anything about it, so now other countries are getting involved and that could lead to a lot of problems.

To top it all off, there has been a case where a mother and a son from Venezuela were living in the United States, when the mother got a letter saying that they must return back to their country. Her son preferred to take his life away than to go back to Venezuela, which proves that people are suffering to even go back to where they are from.

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