The First Lady of the Republic, Fabiana Rosales, supported the many demonstrations that took place this Tuesday throughout the country promoted by health sector workers. Doctors, nurses and the general staff who work in the hospitals went on marches for the right to life and labor demands.
“The regime doesn’t care about the pain of a mother who, because she doesn’t receive a treatment (for her child), sees her son’s light dim out. It doesn’t grieve them to see how pregnant women are spun around through medical centers in order to bring a child into the world, they don’t care if a child suffers from malnutrition,” said Rosales through his personal Twitter account.
The First Lady assured that each demonstration by Venezuelans “is a cry for help for those who suffer most in the face of the indolence” of Nicolás Maduro’s regime. “We continue to fight so that Venezuelan families are guaranteed the right to health (care),” she added.
Rosales said the protest should be the task of every citizen who seeks a better quality of life and a free country, and insisted that Venezuelans have the legitimate Presidency of Juan Guaidó to achieve national change.
“God bless and continue to furnish strength to our brave health personnel,” she concluded.
The health sector protest is part of the national uprising that began on November 16th and seeks to put internal pressure on Nicolas Maduro’s regime to achieve an end to usurpation.