The Deputy of the legitimate National Assembly for Sucre State, José Leonardo Regnault, denounced the serious fuel crisis that the state is experiencing and that hits hard the users of Cumaná, capital of this eastern state.
“In Sucre State, the gasoline crisis is accentuated because subsidized fuel is only allowed to be supplied in ‘flexible’ weeks. The regime prefers to serve other cities while it abuses poor states like Sucre,” he said.
The parliamentarian pointed out that irregularities in the Service Stations are the order of the day and corruption and the sale of positions in the queues continues.
“To the food crisis that exists in the state. To the crisis of gas, water, electricity and the crisis product of crime and drug trafficking that exists in Sucre, one must add that of gasoline that simply worsens everything even more (…) that is why I sympathize with the working people of Sucre who suffer daily the attacks of Maduro’s regime, ”he said.
Regnault emphasized that from the illegitimate national and regional regime the citizens of Sucre are abused and treated with indolence. “The illegitimate regional regime does not care about the proper functioning of daily life, that is why it denies fuel,” he concluded.