The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reiterated the call to take the streets this November 16th for all Venezuelans who have suffered the humanitarian emergency caused by Maduro’s dictatorship.
The president referred to the millions of Venezuelans who suffer from the water, transportation, electricity and food crises. “These are the painful faces of the complex humanitarian emergency!” Said the Head of State in his Twitter account.
“This is why we called on November 16th to protest all together, to accompany our teachers and nurses who are leaving their (shoe) soles in the streets for our country”, he added.
Guaidó said that “despite this painful picture suffered by Zulia, Vargas, Monagas and our entire country, we have the opportunity to achieve a solution together because we will never get used to this.”
“We must continue and continue to exert pressure, this time all together. We have the fors and whys of our struggle very clear”, said the Venezuelan president.