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Strajk głodowy w Wenezueli (8)

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One of 23 workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, remains at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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One of 23 workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, remains at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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One of 23 workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, remains at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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One of 23 workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, remains at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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One of 23 workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, remains at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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Workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 demand the presence of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean former president Michelle Bachelet, at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace during a protest to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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Workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 demand the presence of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean former president Michelle Bachelet, at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace during a protest to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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Workers of the oil sector holding a hunger strike since May 30 demand the presence of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean former president Michelle Bachelet, at the Plaza de la Moneda square near the presidential palace during a protest to demand the government of President Nicolas Maduro the payment of labour liabilities, on June 18, 2019. - Some 8,500 former direct and indirect workers of Exxon Mobil have not yet received severance pay -since 2007- when the late president Hugo Chavez nationalized a huge project in the so-called Orinoco Oil Belt, the largest oil reserve in the world, and promised that the government would execute the payments. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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