The deputy of the National Assembly (NA), Karim Vera, denounced this Thursday that the state of Táchira continues to live an electrical crisis due to the lack of maintenance of the electrical system.
“The blackouts are the order of the day due to lack of maintenance of the power lines and (lack of) pruning (of trees) ,” she said through her personal Twitter account.
She also reported that the Fernández Feo Municipality spent more than 24 hours without electrical service and that its residents were subjected to high temperatures.
“And while this is happening in the southern part of this border state, in Caracas they are lighting up the largest open-air sewer in the capital,” Vera added.
The parliamentarian concluded that Nicolas Maduro’s regime is trying to hide the reality of the country with “an air of normality in the midst of the worst crisis” that Venezuela has experienced.