The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, pronounced himself on the sustained protest called every Monday to denounce the great humanitarian crisis that the country is going through.
The president made special mention of the poor minimum wage earned by a Venezuelan teachers, the lowest salary in the world and that has plunged the union into widespread poverty.
“$5 a month, 20 cents a day: the salary of a Venezuelan teacher. That’s why they protest,” Guaidó said through his Twitter account.
The head of state reiterated that seven million Venezuelans are going through a great humanitarian emergency due to the incapacity and corruption of Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship.
“We will continue to work together to recover Venezuela and democracy.#