Sick of crisis, Venezuelans line up to recall Maduro

Anti-government demonstrators gather to sign a form to activate the referendum on cutting President Nicolas Maduro's term short, in Caracas on April 27, 2016Venezuelans lined up Wednesday to seek a recall referendum against President Nicolas Maduro, exasperated with a grinding crisis that has paralyzed government offices five days a week and triggered rolling blackouts. A day after Maduro announced his latest drastic measures to tackle power shortages in the recession-hit country, the opposition was gathering signatures for an official petition to launch a referendum. Citizens queued up to sign, voicing anger at Maduro over a crisis that has led to power outages for four hours a day in most of the country, exacerbating an already disastrous economic implosion.

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