This Friday, June 11th, the President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, toured Carabobo State to promote and explain the National Salvation Agreement, but also to add the support of citizens and different sectors of the region, .
At approximately 10:30 am he arrived at the ‘La Alcantarilla’ sector, in Puerto Cabello. There he walked with the citizens, representatives of unions, guilds, students and political parties. He stopped at various businesses and personally gave information about the agreement and also about the Plan ‘Salvemos a Venezuela’.
“This Agreement is with Venezuela and for the Venezuelans. Today we came to meet all of you, the citizens, to explain the National Salvation Agreement, but also to link all sectors and thus achieve the greatest and best possible union at this time.”
He insisted that this Agreement contemplates the call for a schedule of free and fair elections; the massive entry of humanitarian aid and vaccines against COVID-19; democratic guarantees for all the actors of the democratic forces and Chavismo; the release of all political prisoners; the return of exiles and transitional justice; the commitment of the community to achieve the recovery of Venezuela; and offer incentives to the regime, including the progressive lifting of sanctions conditional on compliance with the fundamental objectives of the Agreement.
A country that does not give up
Among the activities carried out by the interim President in Carabobo, was a meeting with Monsignor Saúl Figueroa, from the Archdiocese of Puerto Cabello, and he also a met with regional political organizations and civil society.
In the meeting with the regional political organizations and the civil society of the state, he reminded them that the majority that they have built for years, and that today is evident in every corner of the country, must be put in practice in the streets and in Unity.
“Here we are with our people in the streets. Here is a country that does not give up, that does not get used to it.”
To those who have not yet joined the National Salvation Agreement, he sent a message, where he assured that the fight that is taking place from the democratic alternative is also to save their children, to save their families.
“We want them to be in Venezuela, we want all Venezuelans to be part of the change and national salvation.”