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Tens of thousands of people jammed the streets Thursday in Caracas, Venezuela, protesting a referendum on changes to the Constitution introduced by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. "Chavez is delirious if he thinks we're going to follow him like sheep," said Ivonne Torrealba, 29, a hairdresser in the gritty Coche district, who has supported Chavez in every election, since his first in 1998.

Tens of thousands of people jammed the streets Thursday in Caracas, Venezuela, protesting a referendum on changes to the Constitution introduced by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. "Chavez is delirious if he thinks we're going to follow him like sheep," said Ivonne Torrealba, 29, a hairdresser in the gritty Coche district, who has supported Chavez in every election, since his first in 1998.