Around the same time, around a hundred protesters broke into an office of the Supreme Court and vandalized it, throwing construction materials inside and lighting a fire, according to a Reuters witness. Two people were reported injured by rubber bullets in San Cristobal, an opposition hotbed near the country's border with Colombia. Capriles had urged a crowd of supporters in Caracas to march to the office of the state human rights ombudsman, whom the opposition says is a puppet of the government. "The country has chosen the path of dictatorship," he said. Government critics say Capriles' ban is arbitrary and allows the ruling Socialist Party to sideline popular politicians without due process. After a recall referendum against Maduro was quashed last year and amid fears that next year's presidential election will not be fair, opposition supporters say they have no option but to take to the street. But after years of marching many are cynical while others are too busy trying to find food. Venezuela has been pummeled by a brutal economic crisis that has millions skipping meals, unable to afford soaring prices for basic goods and facing long lines for scarce products. Still, others have been motivated by the escalating political crisis and the opposition coalition is putting on a more dynamic and coordinated front than usual.
Lee stands in front of the newly-finished shop interior They said this street doesnt feel the same with the shop shut. It doesnt feel right. Following the fire, the cause ชุดเครื่องนอน 3 ฟุต of which has not been established, Lee said he wasnt sure if he would be able to start over. I remember walking through ผ้าปูที่นอนสีพื้น the shop in my wellingtons the day after with the insurers and thinking how on earth are we ever going to put this right? he said. I think for the first month I was in a state of depression. I couldnt see a light at the end of the tunnel. The fire damage was extensive and forced the shop to close immediately after The hardest thing is losing something that you have built up over 25 years - it was devastating. The blaze not only reduced Lees shop to a bare shell but damaged all the stock inside. He has since installed a new ceiling, electricals, lights and carpet, as well as buying lots of new beds and furniture. The married father says one good thing to come out as a result of the blaze is the chance to start afresh with a new store look. He has already sold four beds ahead of reopening and says he is feeling excited and nervous about Saturday.
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