The journey through every corner of the country to personally explain the National Salvation Agreement continues without rest on the part of the President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó.
This Tuesday, June 15th, the visit took place in the populous sector ‘Minas de Baruta’, in Miranda State, where he walked street by street and did a house by house visit to give first-hand information about the National Salvation Agreement, the Plan Let’s save Venezuela and also answer some questions.
“Unlike the dictator, we are with our people face to face, and I came looking for them to change this country. The National Salvation Agreement is to save this country and we are counting on you.”
He said that the reasons to fight for change in Venezuela “are millions”, and they essentially translate into living well, being healthy, being able to live off earned wages and not expecting or depending on a subsidy.
The also President of the Legitimate National Assembly, insisted on not allowing ourselves to get used to this misery, much less normalize it.
He asked the citizens with whom he spoke to multiply the message, to inform their relatives, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc., about the National Salvation Agreement.
“Censorship can beat us. Here we are looking for people to join us in spreading official information. We are going to change Venezuela, and we are going to do it together.”
— Centro de Comunicación Nacional (@Presidencia_VE) June 15, 2021