The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reiterated the complaint about censorship of the media which the dictatorship wants to impose on the country.
He said that the regime was closing down media outlets and intervening in social networks, the only window of information that Venezuelans have.
The also President of the National Assembly stated that the regime inflates differences and criticism in social networks, in order to generate division and despair among a country that aspires to recover its freedom.
“To finish defeating the dictatorship and recovering our freedom we must organize ourselves and be well communicated,” he said.
The Head of State invited the citizens to inform themselves through the official media of the Legitimate Government and to verify the information before disseminating it.
“Although it may seem obvious: The dictatorship always lies,” he said.
Maduro’s dictatorship continues to use bots and trolls in social networks, posing as hard-line opponents to create divisionism among the leadership ranks fighting for a free and democratic Venezuela.
The Legitimate Government has presented options and solutions to mitigate the crisis the country is suffering in different sectors such as, for example, the gasoline shortage, where President (E) Guaidó met this Thursday with oil specialists to present a proposal to solve the gasoline problem through Plan País and the dictatorship blocked the website of Plan País.
“We know how to solve this crisis with the National Emergency Government and we will do it,” the president responded to the regime.