The Venezuelan State, together with the support of private companies and international institutions, will guarantee decent wages for those who return after the political change in the country, as confirmed by the First Lady of Venezuela, Fabiana Rosales, who added that they are prepared for the day after the transition, so she called to trust the route established by the presidency in charge led by Juan Guaidó.
“When we begin to receive these Venezuelans, we will begin work relocation, not everyone will be able to return after the day, it will be a process in which we will be contacting Venezuelans abroad to return them to the workplace,” she said, referring to the Plan Go Back Home, during an interview transmitted by The Televen News.
Rosales de Guaidó stressed that there is “a quota of sacrifice” in the return to the country, however the objective is to be able to give value again to work and purchasing power to Venezuelans, “with the financing by private companies and the Inter-American Bank, for example, with all that is new coming to Venezuela, we will be able to have decent salaries for Venezuelan families.”
The First Lady highlighted the importance of effort and meritocracy to rebuild not only the country, but institutionality and citizenship, “we have worked hard to create a proposal that is attractive to Venezuelans and that implies effort, is not to return without contributing, but to work, to rebuild, to start from scratch”. She remarked that at this time they cannot offer employment opportunities to those forced to migrate, but once the usurpation ceases they can provide jobs in the public sector and establish the confidence necessary for the private companies to invest in the national territory and generate new positions.