The First Lady, Fabiana Rosales, spoke out this Saturday after the national protest that took place throughout the country to generate more pressure against Nicolas Maduro’s regime.
Rosales explained that Venezuelans took to the streets to demand the change that the nation so urgently needs.
“We take to the streets for our children, for our families, so that together, through peaceful protest, we can achieve the cessation of political power in Venezuela,” the First Lady said in her Instagram account.
Rosales echoed the words of President (E) Juan Guaidó, referring to exerting pressure on those who have the power of arms to defend citizens and the constitution.
“The responsibility belongs to all of us, together we are going to change this reality that separates families, that through indolence and ambition for power causes lives to be lost, they are responsible for the suffering in the homes,” she reiterated.
Rosales called for demonstrations to be held in every corner of the country, knowing that the vast majority of Venezuelans are seeking Venezuela’s freedom, a better future for children and a nation that offers well-being and quality of life.
“Let’s go Venezuela! Let no one be confounded, let the streets protest the suffering that the dictatorship provokes. God bless Venezuela,” she concluded.