According to the Venezuelan Government, three million people have signed up against US decree

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More than three million Venezuelans have signed up against a decree of the President of the United States (US), Barack Obama, which sees Venezuela as "a threat," said leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and mayor of the Libertador municipality of Caracas Jorge Rodriguez.

According to Rodriguez, who’s responsible for the promoted by the Venezuelan government campaign called "Obama abolish your decree now", up to yesterday three million 48 thousand 469 people have signed the document.
A week before the start of the campaign that requires Obama to abolish the decree, signed last March 10 in which he declared a "national emergency" by the "unusual and extraordinary threat" that, in his opinion, represents Venezuela for US national security, Rodríguez affirmed the intent of reaching 10 million signatures.