The United Socialist Party of Venezuela also keeps a red post in El Valle’s Bolivar Square.
A sign with late Hugo Chavez’s eyes near the Bolivar’s Square "hot corner" in Caracas.
The Museum Square in downtown Caracas is typically filled with young people, but these days few are talking politics there and propaganda has been taken down.
In the last month, the regime’s political party post in Caracas' Bolivar Square has just been filled by seniors watching TV.
Francisco Vallenilla, a loyal Chavista since 1998, proudly shows his party ID.
For years, the “hot corner” in Caracas' Plaza Bolivar has been one of the city’s most active political spots. But the political temperature is dropping all over Venezuela, hit by a ballooning inflation and acute shortages.