The trial of Leopoldo López is postponed again


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López turned himself in to authorities in February and has been in jail ever since.

The trial of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López and four students for their alleged responsibility in the violence unleashed after a demonstration in Caracas on February 12 was postponed again this Monday.

According to López’s defense attorney, Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, on this occasion, the third time the hearing has been postponed, the reason was the poor health of student Christian Holdack.

The next session, the sixth, is scheduled for September 30.

López is accused of public incitement, conspiracy (criminal association), damage to property, and arson for the violent acts that occurred at the end of the march on February 12.

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