The deputy to the National Assembly, Piero Maroun, remarked this Wednesday that Venezuela was a country with a solid economy and full of opportunities before the arrival of the dictatorship.
“These bills are the real value of a solid currency, of a Venezuela that had progress and development,” Maroun said through an image on his official Twitter account.
In this sense, the parliamentarian for the State of Monagas stressed that Venezuelan citizens had purchasing power and that the economy was not a burden either for their pockets or their stomachs.
“We will be better,” he ended.
Estos billetes son el valor real de una moneda sólida, de una Venezuela que tenía progreso y desarrollo.
El recuerdo de un verdadero bolívar, donde existía poder adquisitivo y la economía no era una angustia para el bolsillo ni el estómago de los venezolanos.
¡Seremos mejores! pic.twitter.com/PRlejpG5jB
— Piero Maroun (@PieroMaroun) July 29, 2020