Timeline of the 2014 Venezuelan protests

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The 2014 Venezuelan protests began in February 2014 when hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans protested due to high levels of criminal violence, inflation, and chronic scarcity of basic goods because of policies created the Venezuelan government. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] The protests have lasted for several months and events are listed below according to the month they had happened.

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Background

Peaceful demonstrations in Caracas on 12 February 2014. 2014 Venezuelan Protests (12F).jpg
Peaceful demonstrations in Caracas on 12 February 2014.
Anti-government demonstration on Margarita Island. Demostration 12F in Venezuela 2014 6.jpg
Anti-government demonstration on Margarita Island.
Human chain of protesters in Valencia Cadena humana de protesta en Valencia, Venezuela 2.jpg
Human chain of protesters in Valencia
Protesters at Plaza de La Republica in Maracaibo on 16 February. Marcha en Maracaibo - Venezuela 9.jpg
Protesters at Plaza de La República in Maracaibo on 16 February.
Protester holding a sign saying "Peace" and a Venezuelan flag. Protester with Peace Sign.jpg
Protester holding a sign saying "Peace" and a Venezuelan flag.
Protester with a sign against internet censorship. No signal sign..jpg
Protester with a sign against internet censorship.
Thousands of opposition protesters outside of Palacio de Justicia in Maracaibo Marcha hacia el Palacio de Justicia de Maracaibo - Venezuela 06.jpg
Thousands of opposition protesters outside of Palacio de Justicia in Maracaibo

Events

February

Home of former general Angel Vivas. Angel Vivas' house.jpg
Home of former general Ángel Vivas.

March

Protesters banging pots in a Cacerolazo protesting lengthened Carnaval celebrations. 2014 Venezuela Carnaval Protests.jpg
Protesters banging pots in a Cacerolazo protesting lengthened Carnaval celebrations.
Demonstrators going to Central University of Venezuela to protest for the Ombudswoman's resignation. Opposition rally 10.jpg
Demonstrators going to Central University of Venezuela to protest for the Ombudswoman's resignation.
Graduates with a sign saying: "What use do I have of two careers in a dictatorship?". Graduates protesting Venezuela 2014.jpg
Graduates with a sign saying: "What use do I have of two careers in a dictatorship?".
Protests in front of police at Altamira Square. Protesters in front of police..jpg
Protests in front of police at Altamira Square.
Opposition protesters holding a sign criticizing the alleged Cuban intervention in Venezuela saying "Cuba Out" Cuba Out Sign Venezuela 2014.jpg
Opposition protesters holding a sign criticizing the alleged Cuban intervention in Venezuela saying "Cuba Out"
Opposition protesters with large Venezuelan flag at Altamira Square. ALTAMIRA FLAG.jpg
Opposition protesters with large Venezuelan flag at Altamira Square.
An opposition rally supporting Leopoldo Lopez. Opposition rally 20.jpg
An opposition rally supporting Leopoldo López.
David Smolansky addressing to a rally supporting Leopoldo Lopez. David Smolansky 2.jpg
David Smolansky addressing to a rally supporting Leopoldo López.

April

Maria Corina Machado speaking with the Brazilian government. MCM Brazil 2014.jpg
María Corina Machado speaking with the Brazilian government.
Opposition protesters camping in tents demonstrating against the government. Venezuela 2014 Tents 2.jpg
Opposition protesters camping in tents demonstrating against the government.
An opposition rally protesting against the government. Opposition rally 23.jpg
An opposition rally protesting against the government.
Opposition protesters holding a sign saying "If the street turns off, Venezuela dies". Protesters with sign Venezuela 2014.jpg
Opposition protesters holding a sign saying "If the street turns off, Venezuela dies".
Prayer altar at the UN headquarters during the hunger strike for a ruling by the UN. Altar de oracion en la sede de la ONU durante la huelga de hambre.jpg
Prayer altar at the UN headquarters during the hunger strike for a ruling by the UN.
A wall painting that previously criticized barricades was changed to criticize the "dictatorship". Guarimba Wall Painting 2.JPG
A wall painting that previously criticized barricades was changed to criticize the "dictatorship".
Venezuelan flag that was placed during peaceful protests against the government of Nicolas Maduro at Altamira Square. Bandera en Manifestacion Pacifica en contra del Gobierno de Nicolas Maduro en Plaza Altamira.jpg
Venezuelan flag that was placed during peaceful protests against the government of Nicolas Maduro at Altamira Square.
Effigies of Nicolas Maduro and other government figures that were burnt during a Burning of Judas gathering on Easter. Maduro Burning Judas 2014.jpg
Effigies of Nicolas Maduro and other government figures that were burnt during a Burning of Judas gathering on Easter.
A sign explaining why the opposition protest. "Why do the Venezuelans protest? Insecurity, injustice, shortages, censorship, violence, corruption. Protesting is not a crime. Is a right". Opposition sign Venezuela 2014.jpg
A sign explaining why the opposition protest. "Why do the Venezuelans protest? Insecurity, injustice, shortages, censorship, violence, corruption. Protesting is not a crime. Is a right".

May

Protester with Libertad written on his fingers. Libertad Protester.jpg
Protester with Libertad written on his fingers.
A child protester asking for the freedom of her mother. Child protester in Venezuela.jpg
A child protester asking for the freedom of her mother.
Maria Corina Machado and Lilian Tintori leading a march on 10 May. MCM Lilian 10 May.jpg
María Corina Machado and Lilian Tintori leading a march on 10 May.
Group of protesters during 10 May protests. 10 May protesters.jpg
Group of protesters during 10 May protests.
Protesters perched on a statue of Simon Bolivar. Protesters Bolivar Statue.jpg
Protesters perched on a statue of Simón Bolívar.

Later events

Protesters painted black and chained while demonstrating during the "March of the Brave" on 1 June. 1 June 2014 Venezuelan protests.jpg
Protesters painted black and chained while demonstrating during the "March of the Brave" on 1 June.
Protesters denouncing the arrests of fellow protesters and Leopoldo Lopez. June 2014 Venezuelan protests.jpg
Protesters denouncing the arrests of fellow protesters and Leopoldo Lopez.
Groups of protesters during the "March for Independence" on 24 June. 24 June 2014 Venezuelan protest.jpg
Groups of protesters during the "March for Independence" on 24 June.
Maria Corina Machado putting on a Movimiento Estudiantil shirt during the 24 June rally. 24 June 2014 Maria Corina Machado Movimiento Estudiantil shirt.jpg
Maria Corina Machado putting on a Movimiento Estudiantil shirt during the 24 June rally.
Marvinia Jimenez, a woman who was beaten by Venezuelan police officers, speaks at the 24 June rally. 24 June 2014 Venezuelan protests Marvinia Jimenez.jpg
Marvinia Jiménez, a woman who was beaten by Venezuelan police officers, speaks at the 24 June rally.
Venezuelan National Guard mobilizing to disperse the 24 June "March for Independence" rally. 24 June 2014 Venezuelan protests GNB.jpg
Venezuelan National Guard mobilizing to disperse the 24 June "March for Independence" rally.
Caravan of citizens traveling to Ramo Verde on 26 July. Ramo Verde Caravan 26 July 2014.jpg
Caravan of citizens traveling to Ramo Verde on 26 July.
David Smolansky and Lilian Tintori, along with other supporters gathered at Ramo Verde. Caravana de visita a presos politicos en Ramo Verde, 26Jul2014 (14566313268).jpg
David Smolansky and Lilian Tintori, along with other supporters gathered at Ramo Verde.
Father of Leopoldo Lopez speaking with a member of the Bolivarian National Guard. Leopoldo Lopez father GNB.jpg
Father of Leopoldo Lopez speaking with a member of the Bolivarian National Guard.
Individuals gathered holding a banner for the "Walk For Peace" march. 18 October 2014 Venezuela protest 1.jpg
Individuals gathered holding a banner for the "Walk For Peace" march.
Maria Corina Machado attending the "Walk For Peace" march. 18 October 2014 Venezuela protest 2 - MCM.jpg
Maria Corina Machado attending the "Walk For Peace" march.
An individual demonstrating, wearing chains. 18 October 2014 Venezuela protest 3.jpg
An individual demonstrating, wearing chains.
Protesters gathered at Altamira Square on 23 November. 23 November 2014 Venezuela protest 2.jpg
Protesters gathered at Altamira Square on 23 November.
A protester at a 23 November protests holding a sign saying "Petare dawned furious, they do not have light". 23 November 2014 Venezuela protest 3.jpg
A protester at a 23 November protests holding a sign saying "Petare dawned furious, they do not have light".
Marvinia Jimenez and others protesting during a march from Altamira Square to the UNDP headquarters. 7 December 2014 Venezuela protest.jpg
Marvinia Jiménez and others protesting during a march from Altamira Square to the UNDP headquarters.

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