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CARACAS, Wednesday February 12, 2014 | Update
 
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Students demand meeting with the Attorney General

At 2 pm, a group of students outside the headquarters of the Attorney General Office, downtown Caracas, asked the Bolivarian National Police to let them stay until authorities meet with them

(Carlos García Rawlins / Reuters)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday February 12, 2014  02:41 PM
About 1 pm on Wednesday, the student march that departed from Plaza Venezuela, northeast Caracas, arrived at the headquarters of the Attorney General Office, downtown Caracas. The university students asked for a meeting with Attorney General Luisa Ortega. One hour later, the meeting had not taken place.

Leader of Voluntad Popular (People's Will) Leopoldo López stayed for a few minutes at the gates of the Attorney General Office to support the students' request to hold a meeting with Ortega.

Workers at the Attorney General Office greeted the young students from the windows of their offices. Meanwhile, opposition leaders Antonio Ledezma and María Corina Machado suggested marching back to Plaza Venezuela, but their proposal was not accepted.

Riot police were stationed some blocks away.

At 2 pm, a group of students outside the headquarters of the Attorney General Office, downtown Caracas, asked the Bolivarian National Police to let them stay until authorities meet with them.
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