The Deputy of the National Assembly (NA), José Antonio Mendoza, supported this Monday the national protest of the teachers.
Mendoza highlighted that the crisis continues to worsen but that Venezuelans, together with teachers, will continue to raise their voices against Nicolás Maduro’s regime.
“We are on the street! Today, together with the educators, we are going out to raise our voice, the problems are getting worse and it is a responsibility of all Venezuelans to fight to put an end to this tragedy,” he said this Monday through his personal Twitter account.
The parliamentarian recalled that teachers earn a minimum wage equivalent to $0.90 and that Maduro’s dictatorship is the only one to blame for this tragedy. He also explained that not only must they live with a salary that is not enough, but they must fight against the crisis of gasoline, water, gas and electricity.
“We are supporting the educators, their demands, for all problems. This is a dictatorship that wants us to be submissive in the face of its laziness,” he added.
Mendoza urged all citizens to fight for free elections that open the way to a better Venezuela, while rejecting the fraud promoted by Maduro and his allies for December 6th.
“It is a responsibility of all Venezuelans to raise our voices,” he concluded.
¡Estamos en la calle!
Hoy junto a los educadores salimos alzar nuestra voz, las problemáticas se agudizan y es una responsabilidad de todos los venezolanos luchar para ponerle fin a esta tragedia. #DocentesPorLaLibertad pic.twitter.com/6emHXLWfuG
— José Antonio Mendoza (@JoseAMendozaPJ) October 5, 2020