Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó reiterated that Venezuelans are living through the quarantine in a perennial crisis due to the shortage of services, fuel, food and the persecution of Maduro’s dictatorship.
The president denounced that the dictatorship is trying to hide the disaster caused by its mismanagement with repression, chaos and incapacity.
The President of the Venezuelan Institute of Milk and Beef (INVELECAR), Carlos Albornoz, denounced on Wednesday that the agricultural producer Nobel Pinto, from Zaraza, Guárico State, was arrested by the regional police after demanding fuel at a gas station.
“This is the quarantine of the Venezuelan: no food, no services, no fuel but with the persecution of the dictatorship,” he said through his Twitter account.
The head of state said Venezuela is rebelling against the humanitarian crisis and has protested in different states of the country, demanding their rights, as in the case of Zaraza and the Petare-Guarenas road, where Venezuelans protested the lack of gasoline.
The also President of the National Assembly reiterated that in order to prevent the increase of the crisis and save lives in the country, Nicolás Maduro must leave power and a National Emergency Government must be formed to solve and provide real answers to the problems that exist in the country.
The President in charge criticized this Tuesday the extension of the quarantine dictated by the usurper. The president agreed with the prevention of the people, as long as it is to save lives, not to starve them.
Esta es la cuarentena del venezolano: sin comida, sin servicios ni combustible, pero sí con la persecución de la dictadura.
A pesar de eso, Venezuela se rebela: en Zaraza y hoy en la vía Petare-Guarenas, nuestra gente protestó por la falta de gasolina. pic.twitter.com/URABIAMbGR
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) May 14, 2020