Venezuela crisis: Opposition calls for civil disobedience

Venezuela's opposition has called for widespread civil disobedience in a new push to remove President Nicolas Maduro's government from power.

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    Venezuela's opposition has called for widespread civil disobedience in a new push to remove President Nicolas Maduro's government from power.

    The country has seen about two months of anti-government protests and deadly clashes with security forces over its worst economic crisis in decades.

    Maduro also wants to redraft the constitution, which has angered his opponents even more.

    Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Caracas.


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