Venezuela's Supreme Court granted the jailed opposition leader house arrest on "humanitarian grounds" on Saturday as the country's political crisis continues.
Leopoldo Lopez will serve the sentence at a military prison.
En un ambiente de tensión, ciudadanos exigen la libertad de Leopoldo López usando su cara.
"The country needs proof of the corruption that is going on," said the father of Leopoldo Lopez, jailed since February.
The legacy of Hugo Chavez hangs over Venezuela — and the country's protest leaders are having a hard time bringing his followers into their fold.
Leopoldo Lopez was jailed shortly after Venezuela's anti-government protests began. "In Venezuela there's no justice. And he represents that," one activist said.
While massive student protests and the government's heavy-handed response to them lit the match that ignited fierce clashes, anger has been building for a long time.