The First Lady of Venezuela, Fabiana Rosales, dedicated a message to the Venezuelan youth and their continuous struggle to improve the quality of life and conquer the freedom of their country, during the commemoration of the Youth Day.
Rosales assured that the country has a generation of young people who are standing up to fight to recover Venezuela and ratified the National Assembly’s commitment to them.
“Today in our legitimate National Assembly the youth ratified their commitment to continue moving forward and generating the necessary pressure to remove the dictatorship,” said the First Lady.
The wife of President (E) Guaidó, recalled the unconstitutional conditions of detention of Congressman Juan Requesens and expressed her solidarity with the young people persecuted by the dictatorship, those who have had to remain in hiding or those now displaced as a result of the crisis.
“This generation was condemned by the regime to suffer because of the absence of public services, education, security, to be able to live with a decent salary from their work, that’s why these young people are rising up for the right to live normally, to be able to form a family in Venezuela, to become independent, to have a State that guarantees them education, health and provides them with opportunities,” concluded Fabiana Rosales.