A motorcyclist and a National Guard officer have been shot dead on an opposition street barricade as unrest in Venezuela continues. Coming on the heels of a recent electoral defeat the protest by the opposition in early February caught many by surprise. Residents are being told that the barricades are needed to protect the community from marauding bands of government supporters, the National Guard or the motorizados , motorcycle riders. Most products can be found, though it may take multiple trips to various stores and the frustration of standing in long queues. Despite recent tensions, and the mutual expulsion of diplomats, the Maduro government recently extended an olive branch by naming a new Venezuelan ambassador to Washington. In Caracas students and others attacked a government building, burned cars and damaged the entrance to a metro station. Venezuela is not facing a Ukraine-like crisis as some in the opposition have suggested. There is no evidence that broad sectors of society, especially the urban poor who provide the most support to the government, have joined the protests initiated by middle and upper class sectors. Likewise, contrary to many reports in some media outlets, the military has not been unleashed to senselessly attack the protestors.
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