The Deputy to the National Assembly, Marco Aurelio Quiñones, repudiated that Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship left Venezuelans abandoned to their fate in the midst of the humanitarian crisis, while his allies continue to plunder the country’s wealth.
“A significant number of Venezuelans can NOT ‘afford’ to eat every day,” lamented Quiñones in a message released through his Twitter account.
Likewise, he denounced that pensioners must survive December with a bonus of $ 4.50 (U.S. dollars) for the whole month, while public employees are forced to seek any alternative of extra income to be able to take food home.
The parliamentarian pointed out that while all this is happening, the corrupt and ‘enchufados’ (plugged-in, well connected) of the regime intend to sell the world a mirage as reality, in which they boast their casinos, Tesla cars and $ 3,000 Christmas trees.
“In oil-rich Venezuela, full of gold and coltan, people go hungry and live precariously,” he concluded.