FOTOGALERIA | Multitudinaria marcha opositora en Caracas

  • Opositores al presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, se manifiestan hoy, 7 de febrero de 2009, a favor del "No" a la Reelección, durante una multitudinaria marcha realizada en Caracas (Venezuela) una semana antes del referendo nacional que decidirá si el mandatario podrá optar a la reelección continua. EFE/EDUARDO MAYORCA

  • Opositores al presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, se manifiestan hoy, 7 de febrero de 2009, a favor del "No" a la Reelección, durante una multitudinaria marcha realizada en Caracas (Venezuela) una semana antes del referendo nacional que decidirá si el mandatario podrá optar a la reelección continua. EFE/EDUARDO MAYORCA

  • Demonstrators carry a banner that reads "No" to protest a constitutional amendment that would end term limits for elected officials in Caracas, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009. The amendment, if approved in a referendum set for Feb. 15, could allow Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and all other elected officials to run for re-election indefinitely. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

  • Opposition to Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez protest a constitutional amendment that would end term limits for elected officials in Caracas, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009. The amendment, if approved in a referendum set for Feb. 15, could allow Chavez and all other elected officials to run for re-election indefinitely. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

  • Protesters yell "No" as they carry a Venezuelan flag during a rally against a constitutional amendment to end term limits for elected officials in Caracas, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009. The amendment, if approved in a referendum set for Feb. 15, could allow Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and all other elected officials to run for re-election indefinitely. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

  • A woman yells "No" as she wears glasses that read "No" and waves a Venezuelan flag at a protest against a constitutional amendment that would end term limits for elected officials in Caracas, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009. The amendment, if approved in a referendum set for Feb. 15, could allow Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and all other elected officials to run for re-election indefinitely. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos

  • Estudiantes opositores al presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, se manifiestan hoy, 7 de febrero de 2009, a favor del "No" a la Reelección, durante una multitudinaria marcha realizada en Caracas (Venezuela) una semana antes del referendo nacional que decidirá si el mandatario podrá optar a la reelección continua. EFE/IVAN GONZALEZ

  • Opposition to Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez protest a constitutional amendment that would end term limits for elected officials in Caracas, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009. The amendment, if approved in a referendum set for Feb. 15, could allow Chavez and all other elected officials to run for re-election indefinitely. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

  • Opositores al presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, se manifiestan hoy, 7 de febrero de 2009, a favor del "No" a la Reelección, durante una multitudinaria marcha realizada en Caracas (Venezuela) una semana antes del referendo nacional que decidirá si el mandatario podrá optar a la reelección continua. EFE/IVAN GONZALEZ

  • De izquierda a derecha, (primera fila) el Gobernador del Estado Zulia, Pablo Pérez; Gobernador del Estado Miranda, Henrique Capriles; Alcalde de Maracaibo; Manuel Rosales; Alcalde Mayor de Caracas, Antonio Ledezma; Alcalde de Baruta, Gerardo Blyde, participan hoy, 7 de febrero de 2009, durante una multitudinaria marcha a favor del "No" a la Reelección, realizada en Caracas (Venezuela) una semana antes del referendo nacional que decidirá si el mandatario podrá optar a la reelección continua. EFE/EDUARDO MAYORCA