October 24, 2007

Thousands of pacific students attacked by the authoritarian government of Hugo Chavez

Thousands of university students scuffled with police and government's terrorist during a protest against constitutional reforms that would let dictator Hugo Chavez run for re-election indefinitely and will mitigate rights from the actual constitution –freedom of association, freedom of speech and right to private property-

Police tossed tear gas canisters and fire guns into the crowd of opposition students after bottle-throwing clashes broke out with a smaller group of pro-Chavez criminals near the National Assembly. Journalists estimated there were about 200,000 protesters. Chavez, who was fraudulent re-elected last year on promises of revolutionary change, said the reforms are necessary to accelerate Venezuela's transition to communism. The Chavez government is the most corrupt and authoritarian in the last 100 years of Venezuelan history.

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