El fin de la crisis interna que vive Venezuela no se ve cerca.

Este fue un fin de semana álgido en el que el presidente Nicolás Maduro calificó de 'insolencias' las expresiones del secretario de Estado norteamericano John Kerry sobre la situación del país. Además de que expulsó a tres funcionarios consulares estadounidenses por supuestas actividades irregulares.

Maduro se dirigió a la población en un mensaje de cadena nacional, donde además tachó de 'fascistas' a los manifestantes con los que la policía ha chocado recientemente, también se dijo dispuesto a "llegar a las últimas consecuencias", para frenar los intentos por desestabilizar a su gobierno.

Esta nueva cadena nacional no fue bien recibida por el sector opositor y según reporta infobae.com, gente salió a las calles para protestar con un estruendoso 'cacerolazo'.

"Minutos después del inicio del discurso del presidente, miles de personas salieron a las calles de Caracas y del interior para protestar contra el mandatario", reporta la publicación que dejó un video como testimonio de las protestas.

Entretanto AP informó que el opositor Leopoldo López, quien tiene una orden de captura en su contra, anunció en un video difundido el domingo en Internet que se entregará a las autoridades el 18 de febrero después de una marcha en la capital, mientras el presidente Nicolás Maduro lo exhortó a aceptar una mediación de la Fiscalía para entregarse de manera segura.

La red se ha convertido en un campo de batalla para oficialistas y opositores. Los videos que tratan de explicar las razones de sus causas inundan las redes sociales, culpándose unos a otros.

Aquí un video opositor que explica las causas de la violencia y los crímenes del estado.

En este video se rechaza que la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana ataque a los manifestantes.

La región también se ha visto dividida, pues varios mandatarios han condenado la violencia que se vive en el país.

El presidente chileno Sebastián Piñera condenó el domingo "profunda y categóricamente" la violencia en Venezuela y lamentó la crisis política que vive ese país.

"La forma de actuar en democracia es respetando las libertades, la libertad de expresión, los derechos humanos de todos los ciudadanos por parte del gobierno, respetando el Estado de derecho y manifestándose en paz por parte de los ciudadanos", afirmó el mandatario.

Con información de AP

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  • Una flor ante la violencia

    Esta mujer, miembro de la Policía Nacional de Venezuela, recibe una flor de una estudiante universitaria, quien protesta de manera pacífica. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Las calles venezolanas están armadas. AFP PHOTO / LEO RAMIREZ (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Otra manifestante. (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)

  • De acuerdo con la agencia AP, tres personas murieron en las protestas que se protagonizaron en Caracas, la capital, venezolana, en oposición al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro.

  • Consternados por el dolor, la rabia, los universitarios cargan el cuerpo de Bassil Alejandro Da Acosta, de 24 años, estudiante de Mercadeo de la Universidad Alejandro de Humboldt.

  • Opposition supporters and students cross a barricade during clashes with riot police in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops dispersed students protesting the official results of Venezuela's disputed presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • An opposition supporter does a wheelie on his motorcycle as others bang pots during a protest against interim President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse students protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election which gave Maduro a very narrow victory. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • An opposition supporter bangs a pot against interim President Nicolas Maduro during a protest in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse demonstrators protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election which gave Maduro a very narrow victory. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • Demonstrators, one holding a poster of opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles, confront riot police from behind a burning barricade in the Altamira neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse demonstrators protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Demonstrators, one holding a poster of opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles, shout slogans against the government and the official election results in the Altamira neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse demonstrators protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • An opposition supporter walks by a line of riot police along a highway in the Altamira neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. The opposition is protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed Sunday presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • Riot police fire rubber bullets as demonstrators throw rocks against them during clashes after opposition supporters and students blocked a highway in the Altamira neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse students protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election.(AP Photo/Fernando Llano )

  • Opposition supporters burn garbage during clashes with riot police in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops dispersed students protesting the official results of Venezuela's disputed presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano )

  • An opposition supporter wears a mask during clashes with riot police in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops dispersed students protesting the official results of Venezuela's disputed presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to interim President Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • An opposition supporter jumps over a barricade during clashes with riot police in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops dispersed students protesting the official results of Venezuela's disputed presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • Opposition supporters and students run away from tear gas after they clashed with riot police as they tried to block a highway in the Altamira neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse students protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • An opposition supporter confronts riot police along a highway in the Altamira neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops fired tear gas and plastic bullets to disperse students protesting the official results in Venezuela's disputed presidential election. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

  • Opposition supporters and students clash with national guard soldiers and riot police firing tear gas as they protest near a highway in the Altamira neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, April 15, 2013. National Guard troops dispersed students protesting the official results of Venezuela's disputed presidential election. Opposition candidate Henrique Capriles has challenged his narrow loss to Nicolas Maduro and is demanding a recount. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)