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Henrique Capriles, governor of the state of Miranda and a former presidential candidate in the last two elections, left, instructs members of his staff to schedule food deliveries for an elderly woman during a visit to Barlovento, Venezuela, on Saturday, May 10, 2014. Capriles, one of the leaders of the Democratic Unity Roundtable, known as MUD, an alliance which opposes Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, said talks with the government scheduled for May 8 were canceled because they 'haven't produced any result up to now.' Photographer: Meridith Kohut/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Henrique Capriles, governor of the state of Miranda and a former presidential candidate in the last two elections, left, instructs members of his staff to schedule food deliveries for an elderly woman during a visit to Barlovento, Venezuela, on Saturday, May 10, 2014. Capriles, one of the leaders of the Democratic Unity Roundtable, known as MUD, an alliance which opposes Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, said talks with the government scheduled for May 8 were canceled because they 'haven't produced any result up to now.' Photographer: Meridith Kohut/Bloomberg via Getty Images