The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, condemned the fact that Maduro’s dictatorship has revoked the permits of private operators to manage the few remaining service stations in Greater Caracas.
“The dictatorship has arbitrarily taken away the permits to operate more than 35 service stations throughout the country,” warned President Guaidó via his Twitter account.
The Venezuelan head of state recalled that the regime’s officials “destroyed the oil industry to end up making gasoline their business.”
“This is what we are facing and what we are going to stop and change,” Guaidó said.
La dictadura le ha quitado arbitrariamente los permisos para operar a más de 35 estaciones de servicio en todo el país.
Destruyeron la industria petrolera para terminar haciendo de la gasolina su negocio.
Esto es lo que enfrentamos y lo que vamos a detener y cambiar. https://t.co/CSP3DLsjeU
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) June 28, 2020