On the street, organized and mobilized by ratifying their commitment to fight for the freedom of the country, the President (e) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, met the citizens of the Carabobo state, whom he visited this Saturday as part of the new stage of Operation Freedom.
At 10.00 he arrived at the Boulevard Constitución, in the city of Valencia; Accompanied by the First Lady (e), Fabiana Rosales, deputies of the National Assembly, local political leaders and activists of the different parties that make life in the region, Guaidó toured the site where he spoke with the few merchants “who still they resist” and keep their businesses open.
Then he went on to the San Diego municipality, from where he sent a message to those who concentrated to listen him speak, and to the rest of the Venezuelans.
“Today is a very important day and I want from Carabobo state, make a tribute to all of Venezuela where the streets were taken in more than 300 municipalities. Today we begin a stage of political offensive and that is why we must continue to organize ourselves, go out to meet the citizens because we are all necessary to advance much more in Operation Freedom”.
He said noting its deployment in the 24 states of the country, “in Miraflores they must be very sad”. He recalled that to this must add how “alone and isolated” has been the regime and cited as an example the “greeting to nothing” given by Nicolás Maduro last Tuesday in La Guaira, which was recorded on video that was made viral on social networks.
“We have the majority and we will exercise it to end the suffering of the people. On the streets, using the Oslo mechanism and the sanctions are part of a single strategy: the regime’s exit. The tranca, mobilizations, house to house, which we will do in the next few days are protests (to reclaim our rights)”.
He said that with the effort and participation of experts, the Presidency in charge has a Country Plan that contains strategies and solutions to give short, medium and long term attention to the crisis generated by the regime; but also to rebuild Venezuela from each state.
President (e) Guaidó said that the fight to end the usurpation that gives way to the transitional government and finally to the free elections “is not a game, nor is it a joke.”
He stressed that from the regime they underestimate and dismiss the desire and decision for change that Venezuelans have.
“This is not a game, nor is it a joke, 93% of the country wants change. They (the regime) believed that the pressure (street, sanctions) was a joke. We are not kidding, what is happening in Venezuela is very serious.”
He pointed out that the fight that is being waged, in addition to doing so for freedom, is for the soul of Venezuela, is to heal it, so he asked to stand up above all to be very aware of the guidelines for the “phase of greater pressure” of The Freedom operation.
To Venezuelans who are outside the country he made a special request: communicate, disseminate, inform everything that is being done within the framework of Operation Freedom, to defeat the censorship imposed by the regime at all levels.
Finally, the President in charge of Venezuela indicated that “we must insist” because you have all the tools to get out of “this tragedy generated by the usurper of Miraflores.”