sábado, 6 de mayo de 2017

FOTOS: La barrera metálica de la GNB no pudo callar el grito de las venezolanas contra la represión #6May


Demonstrators gather in front of the police as they attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
REUTERS/Christian Veron
De blanco y con rosas blancas en sus manos, decenas de miles de mujeres opositoras salieron el sábado a las calles de Venezuela a marchar contra el gobierno de Nicolás Maduro, en un nuevo episodio de masivas protestas que han dejado al menos 37 personas muertas, reseña Reuters.
Sin embargo, un cordón militar, respaldado por policías, impedía el avance de la marcha sin que hasta ahora se hayan presentado incidentes.


“En las Fuerzas Armadas y la Policía hay muchos que se preguntaban si hoy le disparan a sus esposas, hijas y madres. Espero nos dejen llegar al Ministerio. Si no nos reprimen, el mensaje es muy poderoso, creo que en el gobierno subestimaron esta movilización”, dijo la diputada Gaby Arellano a la AFP.
Las mujeres también protestaron en las demás ciudades del país.
Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / FEDERICO PARRA
Miles de mujeres marcharon en Caracas
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A Venezuelan opposition activist holds a sign against Venezuelan First Lady Cilia Flores during a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO
Miles de mujeres marcharon en Caracas / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

A Venezuelan opposition activist shouts at members of the Bolivarian National Guard standing guard during a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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A Venezuelan opposition activist offers a flower to members of the Bolivarian National Guard standing guard during a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on May 06, 2017 shows a Venezuelan opposition activist offering a flower (L) and another one shouting at members of the Bolivarian National Guard standing guard during a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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A Venezuelan opposition activist paints a graffiti on a fence during a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT
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The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori (C), takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori, takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori (C), takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori (2nd R), takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / FEDERICO PARRA

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / FEDERICO PARRA

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / FEDERICO PARRA

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / FEDERICO PARRA
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The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori (L), takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

/ AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT
The wife of imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori (C), takes part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

/ AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT
Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO
courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors.
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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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Venezuelan opposition activists take part in a women's march aimed to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly challenged by protests and deadly unrest, in Caracas on May 6, 2017. The death toll since April, when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition, is at least 36 according to prosecutors. / AFP PHOTO / JUAN BARRETO

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A woman shouts slogans through a riot police fence during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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Lilian Tintori (C), wife of jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, lifts her hands during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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Lilian Tintori (C), wife of jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, lifts her hands during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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A demonstrator holds a camera as she attends a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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A demonstrator holds up flowers during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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Demonstrators hold Venezuelan flags as they attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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A demonstrator holds up a flower in front of riot policemen during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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Demonstrators attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Demonstrators hold placards that read "No more repression" during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
REUTERS/Marco Bello
Demonstrators argue with the police during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A demonstrator holds a flag in front of riot police fences during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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A demonstrator covers his mouth with a sticker that reads "No more repression" during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Demonstrators gather in front of the police during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
REUTERS/Christian Veron
Demonstrators attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela, May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
 REUTERS/Christian Veron
A woman wears a mask during a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
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Demonstrators gather in front of the police as they attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
REUTERS/Christian Veron
Demonstrators attend a women's march to protest against President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
REUTERS/Christian Veron
En Caracas, en tanto, mujeres partidarias del Gobierno socialista de Maduro, ataviadas de rojo, se congregaron en una plaza del centro de la ciudad para recorrer los pocos kilómetros que la separan de la sede de la Defensoría del Pueblo, y manifestarse en contra de las protestas opositoras, reseña Reuters.
“Soy madre y me duelen todos y cada uno de esos jóvenes que ha asesinado vilmente este régimen dictatorial”, dijo a Reuters Anais Gil, una docente de 30 años de edad, que salió a caminar en Caracas con un gorro amarillo, azul y rojo -los colores de la bandera de Venezuela- y una camisa blanca.
En Estados Unidos, la Casa Blanca informó el sábado que el asesor de seguridad nacional del presidente Donald Trump se reunió el viernes con el presidente de la Asamblea Nacional de Venezuela, liderada por la oposición, y concordaron en que la crisis políticas en Caracas debe ser llevada a una conclusión rápida y pacífica.
Religiosas, mujeres vestidas con el tricolor nacional, otras con el torso descubierto y la cara tapada, caminaron por la principal autopista del este de Caracas cantando el himno nacional y gritando “¡libertad!”. Pero su paso fue bloqueado a pocos kilómetros por piquetes de las fuerzas de seguridad.
En el centro de Caracas, en la concentración oficialista Fredesvilda Paulino, una cocinera, de 54 años, expresó que su marcha es contra el “terrorismo de la oposición”. “Lo están destruyendo todo, esta gente roba y destruye”, dijo a Reuters.
En el sur del país, en el estado Bolívar, las mujeres que encabezaron la marcha opositora caminaron en sostén. En el estado Táchira, fronterizo con la vecina Colombia, además de consignas contra Maduro, las manifestantes llevaron rosarios y oraron por las víctimas de las protestas.
La oposición acumula poco más de un mes protestando para lograr la convocatoria a elecciones generales adelantadas, entre otras demandas. Maduro, heredero político del fallecido Hugo Chávez, activó recientemente una Asamblea Constituyente e insiste en que las manifestaciones persiguen una insurgencia armada.

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