Despite hardships, small core still backs Venezuela's Maduro

Six years of economic turmoil have not dampened revolutionary flame for tiny group of hardcore supporters

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    Millions of people in Venezuela have called on President Nicolas Maduro to step down after what's seen as gross mismanagement of the economy.

    But despite the near collapse of the oil-rich state, some are still believers in the socialist cause.

     

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman speaks to some Maduro loyalists in the capital Caracas.


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