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Why the Venezuelan "Peace Talks" Are Getting Kicked in the Face

Venezuela’s “Toilet Paper Revolution” is still going strong because people are fed up with the bad economy — an inflation rate of 60% — food shortages and street violence. But President Nicolas Maduro doesn’t seem to understand his people. He insists that there is no hunger in his country, but finally agreed to sit with the opposition to talk. The big meeting happened on April 10th and went on for 6 hours. Fusion’s Mariana Atencio tells Jorge Ramos why the so-called “peace talks” will probably amount to nothing.

Why the Venezuelan "Peace Talks" Are Getting Kicked in the Face

Venezuela’s “Toilet Paper Revolution” is still going strong because people are fed up with the bad economy — an inflation rate of 60% — food shortages and street violence. But President Nicolas Maduro doesn’t seem to understand his people. He insists that there is no hunger in his country, but finally agreed to sit with the opposition to talk. The big meeting happened on April 10th and went on for 6 hours. Fusion’s Mariana Atencio tells Jorge Ramos why the so-called “peace talks” will probably amount to nothing.

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