After the protests ended with three dead, dozens injured, many detained, and affected property in Venezuela, last night, the streets of Caracas were deserted as any February night.
The opposition protesters who made the streets around Plaza Francia in the Altamira urbanization, its fortress in the previous five nights decided to take a break to face the day on Tuesday, where intense activity is anticipated.
In the rest of the country, however, there was no relative calm as prevailed at night.
For example, in Merida state, to the West of the country, occurred the most violent encounters of the day. Andres Izarra tourism minister said that several protesters stoned the hotel Venetur on the eponymous capital.
For their part the Chavism tomorrow prepares to take the city, with bands brightening up the march of the oil workers who support the government and will arrive to the palace of Miraflores, where President Nicolas Maduro will receive them.