Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's plan to introduce new banknotes left citizens without cash as the old 100-bolivar notes were cancelled before the larger denomination replacements arrived at banks.
Protests broke out in Venezuela on Friday due to a lack of cash after the government suddenly pulled the nation's most widely-used banknote from circulation in the midst of a brutal economic crisis.
President Nicolas Maduro took the 100-bolivar note out of circulation to replace it with a new denomination. He argued that the measure is needed to combat mafias on the Colombia border. The new 100-bolivar notes were supposed to arrive at banks on Friday, but ATMs are still issuing the old, worthless currency.
TRT World's Juan Carlos Lamas reports from Caracas, the Venezuelan capital.