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The street lamps there have never worked well, and the dim lighting, which might have been pleasant under other circumstances, brought out the drabness of the place. The delivery truck didn’t come today.”“Soft drinks? That Tuesday was the 116th day of protests since the government-controlled Supreme Court stripped the opposition-led National Assembly of its powers, and more than 100 people had since died in clashes between demonstrators and police forces or paramilitary groups.Reggae music played in the background.“Would you like some beers? The day before, the opposition had announced more protests.Between 10 and 16 deaths, and many other casualties, were reported throughout the country.
But I’ve talked to people who carried the body of a protester killed by the police in a town nearby, and to a man who was tortured by the authorities. Even young professionals like me have been going hungry, and my older brother almost died from an allergic reaction because we couldn’t find an injection to give him.
He said that because of several shootings, only two out of four bars were left on Caruachi Street.
He called it “Tarantino Street.”María doesn’t drink, but I asked for a beer, so that we hadn’t come for nothing.“We recently hired a comedian from Valencia and had to cancel the show,” the owner said, referring to a city a 12-hour drive away.
I got rice, wheat flour, bananas, yuccas and potatoes. María and I decided to go to the main shopping mall: With any luck we’d find a place that wasn’t about to go broke.
I saw several people carrying just two or three kilograms of rice in their arms — their groceries for the apocalypse, and they didn’t need a cart. It was almost deserted, but we were able to catch the last movie screening of the day, “Wonder Woman.” We had two hours and 20 minutes of not thinking about three-digit inflation, mass emigration and people feeding on garbage.