Vargas Llosa to Lead Anti-Maduro Protests in Venezuela
by Tom McGregor
Tue, Apr 1, 2014, 09:25 PM
Peruvian poet, Mario Vargas Llosa had just penned in his schedule to tour the streets of Caracas, Venezuela to lead anti-Madura protests that denounce Cuban-style Marxism in the country.
According to the BBC News, "The Peruvian Nobel Prize winning author, Mario Vargas Llosa, has said that he will travel to Venezuela to lend his support to opposition groups. Mr Vargas Llosa accused President Nicolas Maduro of trying to a install a "Cuban-inspired dictatorship" in Venezuela."
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the sociallist revolution in the country.
As reported by the BBC News, "He said that all Latin American countries would be under threat if Mr Maduro succeeded. At least 39 people have been killed in nearly three months of protests."
No word yet on whether the Peruvian poet will be joined by Sen. John McCain (R.-Az.), who loves to say, "an Arab Spring is coming to a neighborhood near you."
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