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Venezuela students call for change

Cries for change are mostly resonating with upper class and people who have historically always supported opposition.

Last updated: 23 Feb 2014 23:25
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More protests are being called by both opposing sides in the coming days in Venezuela.

With 15 years of first President Hugo Chavez and now Nicolas Maduro, most of the students who are leading the calls for change have never known any other system of government.

But so far their cries for change are mostly resonating with the upper class and people who have historically always supported the opposition.

Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Caracas.

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