In a tour with the community of San Jacinto, the First Vice President of the National Assembly denounced that Zulia is one of the states most affected by the lack of public services in the country.
In conjunction with the leadership of the Primero Justicia Party, the First Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, conducted a house-to-house tour of sectors 12 and 13 of the popular San Jacinto area of the Juana de Avila parish in the city of Maracaibo.
“What Zulia is experiencing makes no sense, what Zulia is experiencing is a tragedy generated by Nicolás Maduro and his accomplices, generated by people who don’t care at all that the people suffer, that they don’t get water, that they don’t have electricity, that they don’t have gasoline, that they don’t have public transportation, that the roads are destroyed, that they don’t have food, that the schools are destroyed, that they don’t have access to health care, that’s the reality that all Venezuela is also experiencing,” said the parliamentarian.
In view of this situation, Guanipa said that the Primero Justicia party must be at the forefront to accompany not only Zulia, but the whole country “(the) people are waiting for us, we must exercise solidarity and that solidarity involves reviewing things and fighting for freedom so that our country can move forward, can be reconstructed and start a process through which we can rescue the joy of living and the possibility of having a country with opportunities.
Guanipa also highlighted the commitment of the party and its leaders to ensure that the situation in Venezuela will change “a party besieged by the dictatorship, but what that will do is strengthen us and we will get out of this situation with the strength of being the first party of the Venezuelan democracy, the party that will rescue, together with the other members of the democratic unity, that joy of living in Venezuela.”