For people who suffered discrimination after signing for Chávez's recall in 2004, signing again is a fraught act. So are they holding back? Not necessarily.
No one's really sure what long weekends by Government Decree mean for everyday life in downtown Caracas.
Lissette Gonzalez chronicles a day in the life of one of the opposition's most exciting campaigns, while holding on for dear life on a moto taxi.
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