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Opposition activists clash with riot police during a demonstration against the government of President Nicolas Maduro along the Francisco Fajardo highway in Caracas on June 19, 2017.
Near-daily protests against President Nicolas Maduro began on April 1, with demonstrators demanding his removal and the holding of new elections. The demonstrations have often turned violent with 73 people killed and more than 1,000 injured so far, prosecutors say, and more than 3,000 arrested, according to the NGO Forum Penal.  / AFP PHOTO / Juan BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
Opposition activists clash with riot police during a demonstration against the government of President Nicolas Maduro along the Francisco Fajardo highway in Caracas on June 19, 2017.
Near-daily protests against President Nicolas Maduro began on April 1, with demonstrators demanding his removal and the holding of new elections. The demonstrations have often turned violent with 73 people killed and more than 1,000 injured so far, prosecutors say, and more than 3,000 arrested, according to the NGO Forum Penal.  / AFP PHOTO / Juan BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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Deudas impiden los votos necesarios para que la OEA apruebe moción sobre Venezuela, dice analista

Javier El-Hage, de la Human Right Fundation, dice que Venezuela pasó de ser un gobierno autoritario a una dictadura y la dificultad para lograr los votos que permita a la OEA tomar una posición a la crisis del país se debe a que muchos países caribeños tienen deudas con Venezuela.

Deudas impiden los votos necesarios para que la OEA apruebe moción sobre Venezuela, dice analista

Javier El-Hage, de la Human Right Fundation, dice que Venezuela pasó de ser un gobierno autoritario a una dictadura y la dificultad para lograr los votos que permita a la OEA tomar una posición a la crisis del país se debe a que muchos países caribeños tienen deudas con Venezuela.