The President (E) of the Republic, Juan Guaidó, asked this Tuesday to accompany the teachers and university students in the protests held this week. The president assured that the demonstrations are “the vehicle of free citizens who want to go towards democracy and the future.”
“It is important to accompany nurses today, teachers tomorrow and students on Thursday. We are not going to stop until we achieve it,” he stressed through his personal Twitter account.
Guaidó insisted that the sustained protest is to demand that those who support the dictator, Nicolás Maduro, take away his support. “We have insisted to all civilian and military levels that they be willing to take the side of the constitution,” he explained.
The President of the National Assembly also recalled that the struggle he leads has, as one of its pillars, the hope of building a new Venezuela and leaving the humanitarian crisis in the past.
“That is why today and every day there are protests in Venezuela. The majority of Venezuelans are with the solution and it depends on everyone to achieve it,” Guaidó concluded.
Since last November 16th, the government in charge has implemented a national uprising that seeks to generate more internal pressure against the regime of Nicolás Maduro. Sustained protest is taking place throughout the country and is being led by different sectors of society seeking a better quality of life.