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Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles offers a press conference in Caracas on October 25, 2016 where he announced they will continue with their strategy to oust President Nicolas Maduro: the parliamentary debate of a "political trial" and the popular protest after the suspension of the recall referendum.


Venezuela's opposition rejected a dialogue with the government of President Nicolas Maduro to ease the country's political crisis a day after Pope Francis weighed in on the dispute. The opposition accused the socialist president of staging a "coup d'etat" by blocking its bid for a vote on removing him.
 / AFP / Ronaldo SCHEMIDT        (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles offers a press conference in Caracas on October 25, 2016 where he announced they will continue with their strategy to oust President Nicolas Maduro: the parliamentary debate of a "political trial" and the popular protest after the suspension of the recall referendum.


Venezuela's opposition rejected a dialogue with the government of President Nicolas Maduro to ease the country's political crisis a day after Pope Francis weighed in on the dispute. The opposition accused the socialist president of staging a "coup d'etat" by blocking its bid for a vote on removing him.
 / AFP / Ronaldo SCHEMIDT        (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

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Henrique Capriles, gobernador del estado Miranda, dijo en conferencia de prensa que sí hubo reuniones con el representante de El Vaticano pero no es la manera de establecer el diálogo. "El gobierno juega a destruir la Unidad".

Capriles: "Para que el esfuerzo con estos diablos se note, la gente debe hacerse sentir".

Henrique Capriles, gobernador del estado Miranda, dijo en conferencia de prensa que sí hubo reuniones con el representante de El Vaticano pero no es la manera de establecer el diálogo. "El gobierno juega a destruir la Unidad".