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Maduro Government Blames Opposition As Blackout Stretches Into 2nd Day

Credit: Wochit
Published on March 8, 2019 - Duration: 00:37s

Maduro Government Blames Opposition As Blackout Stretches Into 2nd Day

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Venezuela shut schools and suspended the workday as the worst blackout in decades paralyzed most of the country for a second day.

Late on Thursday afternoon, power went out due to a problem at Venezuela's main hydroelectric plant.

The government of Nicolas Maduro reportedly called the incident an act of sabotage by its idealogical adversaries.

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