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INSECURITY

Students dye fountains water red to reject insecurity in Venezuela

Venezuelan students demanded efficient policies to tackle insecurity

Students pledged to continue demonstrating (Fernando Sanchez)
EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday March 21, 2013  02:05 PM
University students dyed fountains water red across Venezuela in rejection of high crime rates in the country.

The students pointed out that the government was home to violence, and that authorities have not duly addressed the issue.

They also urged citizens to demand the government to guarantee basic rights such as respect for life, employment, and an efficient economy to guarantee the development of each Venezuelan family.

The students pledged to continue on the street demanding efficient policies to tackle insecurity.

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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