The Deputy to the National Assembly, Marco Aurelio Quiñones, affirmed that Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship was left without an excuse to justify the deterioration of the electricity system in the country.
“Seven million people have fled from Venezuela, industrial production has contracted by 70% and even so there are states that spend hours without electricity, you don’t have to be a genius to understand that the generation and distribution system has serious flaws despite of the decrease in electricity consumption,” Mr. Quiñones said in a message posted on his social network account.
The parliamentarian for ‘Voluntad Popular’ indicated that “you really have to be a very stupid person to blame others (sanctions, iguanas, opposums, etc.) when at least since 2007, “millions of billions” have supposedly been “invested” in the electrical industry.”
“Embrace your corruption and acknowledge that those funds were stolen,” he concluded.
De 🇻🇪 han huido 7M de personas, la producción industrial se contrajo en un 70% y aún así hay estados que pasan horas sin eléctricidad, NO hay que ser un genio para entender que el sistema de generación y distribución tiene fallas graves a pesar de la merma en el consumo eléctrico https://t.co/Gipgox3r3h
— MarcoAurelioQuiñones (@Marcoaurelioqg) July 22, 2021