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ousands of protesters in the streets of Caracas Saturday not backing down even after Venezuela's supreme court revoked a controversial ruling after facing international condemnation. Earlier in the week the pro government high court stripped Congress off it's legislative power, the move denounced by the opposition as a coup.
At the center of it all the increasingly unpopular president Nicolas Maduro. His foes said today's reversal is a hypocritical move by a government that overplayed its hand.>>
> This man says he will continue to say no to Maduro and his dictatorship and keep fighting for his homeland. Many Venezuelans are grappling with triple digit inflation and intense shortages of food and basic household items. Madura's government blames its enemies for waging an economic war.
But critics are pointing the finger at a failing socialist system. The fallen oil prices since 2014 also exacerbating the crisis.