A woman carries her baby past a line of people waiting to buy products at a pharmacy in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. Some stores and schools are closed and rush-hour traffic noticeably lighter as many residents in the capital have stayed home to express their opposition to President Nicolas Maduro as part of a 12-hour work stoppage after authorities canceled a recall referendum seeking his removal.
A woman carries her baby past a line of people waiting to buy products at a pharmacy in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. Some stores and schools are closed and rush-hour traffic noticeably lighter as many residents in the capital have stayed home to express their opposition to President Nicolas Maduro as part of a 12-hour work stoppage after authorities canceled a recall referendum seeking his removal. Ariana Cubillos AP
A woman carries her baby past a line of people waiting to buy products at a pharmacy in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. Some stores and schools are closed and rush-hour traffic noticeably lighter as many residents in the capital have stayed home to express their opposition to President Nicolas Maduro as part of a 12-hour work stoppage after authorities canceled a recall referendum seeking his removal. Ariana Cubillos AP

As Venezuela’s Maduro digs in, opposition turns to protests, talks and congress

October 28, 2016 5:47 PM