The deputy of the National Assembly, María Hernanández, denounced the serious situation experienced by the inhabitants of Monagas State caused by the shortage of (cooking) gas.
“The situation is not different from the rest of the country, with the delivery of gas totally politicized and PDVSA destroyed, Venezuelans have to cook with firewood because there is no gas,” she explained.
The parliamentarian reported that the government of Monagas urges citizens to collect firewood for cooking, does not try to solve the problem that the people of Monagas live caused by the shortage of this service, but rather places the responsibility on the sanctions against the dictatorship.
“Already in Maturin it is normal to see a father with children and a cart full of firewood,” she lamented.
Ecocide in Venezuela
Hernández said the dictatorship led the Venezuelan and Caribbean coasts to an unprecedented environmental disaster, which has put the country’s biodiversity at risk.
“None of the spills caused by the Ecocidal Regime in recent years compares with the potential damage of 1,300,000 barrels of crude oil that the ship Nabarima has. It is an irresponsibility that could generate a high cost to Venezuela”, she assured.
The Congresswoman manifested that through a National Emergency Government, solutions can be offered to all the problems that threaten the national ecosystem and the country.
Con la entrega del gas totalmente politizado y PDVSA destruido, los venezolanos ahora tienen que cocinar con leña porque no hay gas. pic.twitter.com/tFp5w12Fxd
— Asamblea Nacional (@AsambleaVE) October 19, 2020