The deputy to the National Assembly, Carlos Prosperi, denounced the serious crisis of public services in the country and reiterated that the only solution is to implement a National Emergency Government.
“Venezuela is still without water and in the dark. There are constant blackouts, in Táchira there is more time spent without electricity than with it, more and more states are joining Zulia, which has had the worst part of this problem,” said the Democratic Action deputy.
In this sense, Prosperi added “in the state of Merida we see with concern that every day the blackouts are getting worse. In Cojedes we have seen more than 500 blackouts in the last 30 days”.
“Only 3% of Venezuelans can have electricity service on a regular basis. We see with concern the number of blackouts that occur in Venezuela,” he said.
Given this scenario, he said “today we do not have electric services, we do not have water, and that leads us to not have the necessary provisions against COVID-19. That’s why today more than ever we are convinced that a National Emergency Government must be called to seek a solution to the crisis,” he ended.
#VzlaSinLuzYSinAgua sigue en la penumbra. Guarico constantes apagones, en Táchira es más el tiempo que pasan los habitantes sin el suministro eléctrico que con él, cada vez son más los estados que se suman al Zulia, quien le ha tocado la peor parte de este problema. pic.twitter.com/ixsCx0jYtP
— Carlos M. Prosperi (@prospericarlos) May 12, 2020