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Venezuelan siege threatens to tighten on social networks

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Caracas, Apr 21 (EFE) .- Social networks are the first channel that many Venezuelans reach to to find out, protest, denounce or, simply, vent. In 2021, the Chavismo leaders seem to have their sights set on them and, while promising regulation, the arrests of those who disseminate criticism in them grow.FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE USING THEIR MOBILE DEVICES IN CARACAS

Added on the 21/04/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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