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Maduro is going to partially fulfill the demands of the opposition. Opposition against ...

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that he was ready to fulfill certain requirements of the opposition. Recall that more than two months in the major cities of the country are protest actions, during which the opposition demands that Maduro resign "due to the inability to effectively manage the state." According to the President of Venezuela, he intends to convene a Constituent Assembly.

Maduro is going to partially fulfill the demands of the opposition. Opposition against ...


Nicolas Maduro notes that the convocation of the Constituent Assembly is held with the aim of reforming state institutions, the legal system until amending the Constitution to limit presidential powers. According to Maduro, the changes will allow to give more powers to the parliament, to increase in its composition the percentage of working people, and not the bureaucratic elites.

On the initiative of the president of Venezuela, the opposition leader of the country, Enrique Capriles, responded. According to Capriles, Maduro "is engaged in constitutional fraud in order to deceive the people." The same Capriles called the idea of ​​convening a Constituent Assembly "Maduro Madness." At the same time, the opposition leader himself demands that Maduro take measures to reform the state system of Venezuela, which according to the constitution, without convening a Constituent Assembly in the country is impossible.

Capriles quotes local media:
People, citizens, go out into the streets. You can not submit to such madness.


What is this "madness", Capriles did not bother to explain, only once again confirming the thesis that the observance of constitutional order is not included in the plans of the Venezuelan "dissenters".
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  1. rafaelich
    rafaelich 2 May 2017 06: 46
    +2
    And who pays?
    1. Alexander 3
      Alexander 3 2 May 2017 06: 53
      +5
      Anyone who pays will soon send Capriles tires.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 2 May 2017 06: 54
        +2
        Anyone who pays will soon send Capriles tires.


        And the grandmother with cookies from the State Department will come.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 2 May 2017 06: 59
      +3
      Too late. Bolivar cannot stand two! laughing
    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 2 May 2017 07: 21
      +5
      Quote: rafaelich
      And who pays?

      Nobody in Venezuela has no one to pay and nothing
      1. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 2 May 2017 08: 57
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Nobody in Venezuela has no one to pay and nothing
        The fact that oil accumulations have gone up there is understandable. The question is, who pays the opposition? It seems that the "entertainers" set the opposition to the task - "Maduro must leave" ...
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 2 May 2017 09: 01
          +6
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          The question is, who pays the opposition?

          1991 Russia, in Moscow there were hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in the streets. The country was brought to that stage. What to pay, someone was not necessary.
          People brought to the pen themselves went out into the street. Well, the fact that the scoundrels took advantage of this was understood by the people after.
          The same is in Venezuela.
          1. osoboye_mneniye
            osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 10: 14
            +4
            And what did the people in the USSR bring to such capitals that the regions worked without thinking of revolutions, and the poor Muscovites and Leningraders got along and broke firewood ??
            And you know, the saddest thing is that they did not understand anything after. I know full of people who are dreaming now that they just need to throw off those who are objectionable, to put those who are pleased (those who say the words they need), and they will do everything for them, they will serve everything on a silver platter.
            This generation is so infantile grew up in the capitals. They remained in 60 oaks.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 2 May 2017 10: 16
              +2
              Quote: osoboye_mneniye
              And what did the people in the USSR bring to the capitals that the regions worked without thinking of revolutions,

              The regions worked, standing in lines with coupons for smoking, teas, soap, washing powder and all sorts of crap.
            2. reservist
              reservist 2 May 2017 11: 24
              +1
              Quote: osoboye_mneniye
              And what did the people in the USSR bring to such capitals ...

              then he lived on Avtozavodskaya, after the opening of the bakery, they swept away half an hour ...
              1. osoboye_mneniye
                osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 13: 33
                +1
                That's what, but there were no problems with bread. In Leningrad, anyway.
                But now, if you do not want to eat slop - bread from the supermarket (non-moldy and non-staling slices, etc.), then you must visit strictly designated stores, of which within a radius of 30-40 minutes by public transport and pedestrian walks, one hand is enough to count fingers. Yes, even after a working day, what the hell is left. And what else to expect when two sane bakeries for the message of the city. The rest covered everything.
                Did you think about this when you didn’t get bread at Avtozavodskaya? And 30-40 minutes on transport to finish off to another store was weak
                But now we are not weak. The descendants will always be extreme.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 2 May 2017 15: 06
                  +1
                  Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                  That's what, but there were no problems with bread. In Leningrad, anyway.

                  In Leninrad, there were marlboro and radopi in the shops, and we had bulls on the market at our place.
                  Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                  But now we are not weak. The descendants will always be extreme.

                  How hard and bad you are now
                  1. osoboye_mneniye
                    osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 16: 11
                    +2
                    Here I am about the same. The capitals were better than the regions. But people began to whine and stomp with feet in the capitals. The regions did not have such garbage.
                    Your sarcasm about it is difficult and bad for us now to catch) So nobody complains.
                    Just when someone starts to lament how it was hard for them, because they also killed the country, then anger takes me. Therefore, I say that in fact it is not easier now. Plus no social unlike the damned scoop. Now we earn money for our health and education. Who can. And who can’t - where should they go ??
                    This is not a whining, but my attempt to show the whiners who justify with pseudo deprivation the destruction of their state that they are a little ... mmm ... got excited then. So to speak. I am in that sense.
                2. reservist
                  reservist 2 May 2017 16: 24
                  0
                  Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                  Did you think about this when you didn’t get bread at Avtozavodskaya? And 30-40 minutes on transport to finish off to another store was weak

                  Why and for what? Half an hour on one-way transport, then half an hour ago ... I still had to get to work ...
                  It was easier to take the line half an hour before the opening of the bakery ...

                  You might think that in other Moscow regions then it was different ...
                  1. osoboye_mneniye
                    osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 17: 45
                    +2
                    then why was the question raised in this vein? Then - their difficulties. Now - their own. Now we decide how we can. Then they also decided. For half an hour, standing in line next to the house is better than traveling for an hour or two to a neighboring area.
                    On your Yandex-photo, it’s your turn at all not in a bakery store, but in a butcher. Why did you bring this photo? And the photo about "for bread" in the internet of the year since 1992 starting. Specially studied.
                    That the country was collapsed systematically, we know. But was it really necessary to stand up against the state for half an hour?
                    In Leningrad, meat was not good at times. At the same time, no one canceled the village or the city market. Yes expensive. But what, were all the beggars? Is there money for clothes, but dumb for meat ?? At the same time, bread, cereals, milk, vegetables - everything was present more or less stable. 1 hour in line - and I, as a kid, stomp stomp home with groceries. I was not allowed to buy meat, although I saw him in the window. When I look at a photo from an Internet and listen to the lamentations of my parents' generation about little meat (it is noteworthy that the grandfathers did not cycle on these problems, because they knew the price of real difficulties), I try to correlate with what I saw, I have a cognitive dissonance.
                    1. reservist
                      reservist 2 May 2017 20: 04
                      0
                      Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                      On your Yandex-photo, it’s your turn at all not in a bakery store, but in a butcher.

                      correctly noticed, in the bread line was on the street, lined up somewhere for half an hour with a little before opening ...


                      Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                      And the photo about "for bread" in the internet of the year since 1992 starting. Specially studied.

                      I am glad for you that they studied this question on the Internet, and not in real life ...

                      honestly, it’s not relatively not long and there were these “bread” lines ... but against the general background of the deficit, it was perceived as "and it came to the bread ..."

                      Quote: osoboye_mneniye
                      But was it really necessary to stand for bread for half an hour ...

                      the trouble was that for bread too ...
                      1. osoboye_mneniye
                        osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 22: 37
                        +1
                        and yet you continue to post off-topic photos. On your new photo, ads from the 90s. Why are you posting these photos, you still haven’t answered, by the way.
                        It seems that you just did not study this issue in real life.
                        About my personal experience in the USSR, I answered you above.
                        It seems now I'm starting to understand how anti-Soviet propaganda works ...
                        And yes. Of course, I do not argue that it was perceived very painfully. But now it should be clear that the sheepskin was not worth the candle. They bred pampered gullible citizens on a large scale. Is this not obvious? Stupidity done? Done. So why not admit it? Without appreciating the past, we will not take a step into the future. And our children will be doomed to step on the rake of their grandfathers.
    4. Niccola Mack
      Niccola Mack 2 May 2017 09: 41
      +3
      And who pays?

      Capriles is a politician of Jewish origin (but Catholic), closely associated with the country's industrial and commercial elite. Law degree.
      During his studies, he actively traveled through student exchange programs to the USA and Italy (according to the same as our Chubais, Shokhin, Aven and other "reformers").
      More clues required?
      1. Conductor
        Conductor 2 May 2017 19: 14
        0
        Jewish catholic !! it’s a terrifying, terrible power!
        1. Paranoid50
          Paranoid50 3 May 2017 00: 04
          +2
          Quote: Conductor
          Jewish catholic !! it’s a terrifying, terrible power!

          Immediately there is an analogy with Tarquemada, the "father of the holy Inquisition."
  2. jovanni
    jovanni 2 May 2017 06: 55
    +1
    It's just some kind of damnation, no matter how Kent is to us, so some goblin ...
  3. MPK105
    MPK105 2 May 2017 06: 55
    +3
    A thin world, in every way better than a good war ... Agree, uncles ... Otherwise, the hegemon with a contented mine of mines rubs his rakers, looking at the situation in your country ...
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 2 May 2017 06: 59
    +3
    Opposition against ...

    The opposition, with the active support of the United States, has felt its "strength" and will now swing rights. There is only one goal - the overthrow of the president and the coming to power of pro-American forces.
    1. krass
      krass 2 May 2017 07: 19
      +6
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Opposition to active support usa

      I would say - with the complete stupidity of Maduro and his government

      Quote: rotmistr60
      One goal - overthrow of the president

      Any opposition has the task of changing power. This is normal, otherwise why the heck do you need opposition.
      Then, Maduro convenes a meeting with one goal - to change the constitution and leave himself in power.
      maybe in any democratic elections he does not shine.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 2 May 2017 07: 22
        +5
        Quote: krass
        Maduro convenes a meeting with one goal - to change the constitution and leave himself in power.

        Give him a bus, so let him steer them, and not the country.
      2. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 2 May 2017 07: 24
        +5
        I wonder why Maduro did not please Israel? Or Venezuela falls within the scope of Israeli national interests. If someone does not want the United States to dictate their terms, will he automatically become an enemy of Israel?
      3. AID.S
        AID.S 2 May 2017 08: 20
        0
        Quote: krass
        any democratic elections

        Do they have any?
    2. Vadim Zhivov
      Vadim Zhivov 2 May 2017 07: 21
      +1
      Vukrina 2 ..
      Продолжение следует ... am
  5. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 2 May 2017 07: 22
    0
    Well, have the Yankees already at their side launched a fratricidal war Few Syria and other countries burning after their intervention? When will the USA themselves burn? What is needed to shorten their hands?
    1. krass
      krass 2 May 2017 07: 26
      +3
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      Well, the Yankees have already started a fratricidal war at their side

      This is a hybrid war, the first attack was on the stores - under cover of night, the Fur Seals were stolen and taken out of the country all the toilet paper. wassat
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      What is needed for this to shorten their hands?

      You would rather bother with the problem of Maduro, as soon he will stretch his legs and it looks like with all the loans taken from Russia
    2. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 2 May 2017 13: 19
      0
      There you need to end hunger, as in Venezuela.
  6. dojjdik
    dojjdik 2 May 2017 07: 36
    +1
    all these “meetings” are the same bullshit as the “resolutions”; it is the best option for a rubber bullet or a caterpillar of a tank, just don’t delay it
  7. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 2 May 2017 07: 58
    +3
    Quote: krass
    Quote: Mar. Tira
    Well, the Yankees have already started a fratricidal war at their side

    This is a hybrid war, the first attack was on the stores - under cover of night, the Fur Seals were stolen and taken out of the country all the toilet paper. wassat
    Quote: Mar. Tira
    What is needed for this to shorten their hands?

    You would rather bother with the problem of Maduro, as soon he will stretch his legs and it looks like with all the loans taken from Russia

    You don’t be ironic, darling. How Americans organize revolutions using the economic difficulties that they create artificially, including through misinformation in the media, and incitement to riots, we know very well. So let the bubbles into the water elsewhere. You only this is what you can do on Russian sites. Because they won’t understand you at all on Israeli sites.
  8. Orionvit
    Orionvit 2 May 2017 09: 11
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Nobody in Venezuela has no one to pay and nothing

    The State Department or something the money ran out, When it was, what would the state. the country paid for the coup from his pocket.
  9. Orionvit
    Orionvit 2 May 2017 09: 14
    0
    Quote: krass
    Any opposition has the task of changing power. This is normal, otherwise why the heck do you need opposition

    If the opposition is directly funded and consulted from abroad (you yourself know where), then really why the heck is it needed. This is not the opposition, it is traitors.
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  11. Orionvit
    Orionvit 2 May 2017 09: 21
    0
    Quote: The same LYOKHA
    And the grandmother with cookies from the State Department will come.

    And Maduro to visit Yanukovych, or in general to Gaddafi. I remember this more than once, and not long ago. And who will tell the State Department stories about the "indignant people"?
  12. Lavrenti Pavlovich
    Lavrenti Pavlovich 2 May 2017 11: 30
    +3
    Chavez would have long dispersed and arrested the American mutil, calling themselves the opposition. Riots should not be allowed to creep, showing their weakness. It is much more humane to shoot dozens of traitors, but to prevent mass bloodshed, the example of China, Tiananmen Square. Weeds pull out so that the field is not clogged.
    1. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 2 May 2017 13: 25
      0
      Quote: Lavrenty Pavlovich
      Chavez would have long dispersed and arrested the American mutil, calling themselves the opposition. Riots should not be allowed to creep, showing their weakness. It is much more humane to shoot dozens of traitors, but to prevent mass bloodshed, the example of China, Tiananmen Square. Weeds pull out so that the field is not clogged.

      To disperse and shoot is always incomparably easier than to cure and feed. Just as history shows, it does not help.
      1. sharp-lad
        sharp-lad 2 May 2017 20: 54
        0
        That's for sure! How many liberoids neither heal nor feed, but still they will watch the wolves!
        The example of Chile under Pinochet showed that by destroying the mishandled Cossacks, there is a chance to save and develop their country!
      2. osoboye_mneniye
        osoboye_mneniye 2 May 2017 22: 47
        0
        in a compartment with other events helps a lot. The power of power is not in overclocking one thing, but in the ability to establish a chain of demonstration-discrediting-detention-content-
        court-amnesty-isolation-political death.
        Effective suppression of illegal actions is only one of the stages of the state security process.
  13. Normal ok
    Normal ok 2 May 2017 17: 23
    +1
    Maduro needs to be read like Madurak
  14. datur
    datur 2 May 2017 19: 17
    0
    MDA MADURO not the commandant Hugo Chavez !! alas !! sad
  15. reservist
    reservist 3 May 2017 14: 11
    0
    Quote: osoboye_mneniye
    and yet you continue to post off-topic photos.

    as I understand it, in Venezuela now I’ve been straining with essential goods, as we have at the end of perestroika ...

    On your new photo, ads from the 90s.

    and what do these people advertise?

    Why are you posting these photos, you still haven’t answered, by the way.

    so you didn’t ask ... I didn’t answer ...
    Queues in the USSR - this is not my fantasy, but it was there, in different regions they stood for different goods ...

    It seems that you just did not study this issue in real life.

    and how?

    About my personal experience in the USSR, I answered you above.

    I understand that you are now living worse than in the "late" USSR?

    It seems now I'm starting to understand how anti-Soviet propaganda works ...

    you wrote me down as a “propagandist”, can you tell me where to get my “thirty pieces of silver”?

    And yes. Of course, I do not argue that it was perceived very painfully. But now it should be clear that the sheepskin was not worth the candle.

    Such a dressing was definitely not worth it ...


    They bred pampered gullible citizens on a large scale. Is this not obvious? Stupidity done? Done. So why not admit it? Without appreciating the past, we will not take a step into the future. And our children will be doomed to step on the rake of their grandfathers.

    unfortunately, most people learn from their own mistakes and not from others' ...