The deputy to the National Assembly (NA) Edgar Zambrano started a visit with a message for the inhabitants of the Municipality Morán of Lara State, specifically for the agro-productive sectors of the area, a tour of the townships of Humocaro Alto, Humocaro Bajo, El Olivo, Cascagal, los Menbrillos, Anzoategui, among other places of the entity.
“We came to this important town in Lara state to talk to its inhabitants, to the workers in the Moran countryside, who have had to suffer the dramatic shortage of chemical products, seeds, spare parts for agricultural machinery, and insecurity, in general terms, the anguish that Venezuelans suffer from every point of view,” he said.
The parliamentarian said that this sector has been one of the most affected by the failure of this political model, which greatly reduces the production capacity in the fields of national geography.
“Not only is Morán, but the fields all over Venezuela are paralyzed, the economic indexes in terms of domestic production are dramatic, we have gone from being an exporting country to one that imports most of the products that are brought to the table today,” he said.
Zambrano also said that recovery in agro-industrial matters is fundamental, as it can provide greater economic mobility to the country.
“The primary system of national production in meat products and its dairy products are a fundamental part of the revival of the national economy, together with the credit stimulus and technical assistance from the state. At the same time, it is important to provide assistance to Venezuelan farm workers in an integral process of the educational, health and social security systems.