The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, sympathized with his Ecuadorian partner, Lenín Moreno, after the wave of protests that have been experienced in the country after the announcement of a package of economic measures to reduce public spending and increase the income of the State.
“While President Lenin Moreno works to maintain and strengthen the Republic and institutions of Ecuador, a group funded by Maduro’s accomplices in America, taking advantage of the most vulnerable, seeks to end the country’s stability”, were the words of Guaidó after five days of state of siege.
The support of Rafael Correa, former president of the country and close friend of Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship, revealed the relationship between the recent conflicts in the South American country and the Venezuelan regime.
Mientras el presidente @Lenin Moreno trabaja por mantener y fortalecer la República e instituciones de Ecuador, un grupo financiado por los cómplices de Maduro en America, aprovechándose de los más vulnerables busca, acabar con la estabilidad del pais.
Solidarios con el Ecuador
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) October 8, 2019