The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reaffirmed this Wednesday that Nicolás Maduro’s dictatorship is responsible for the destruction of the oil industry in Venezuela.
“The Dictatorship destroyed the oil industry. That is why there is no gasoline today” said President (e) Guaidó through a message in his official Twitter account.
Likewise, the Venezuelan head of state assured that the regime has not only finished off the country’s economy but has also caused the deterioration of all public services.
“There will be more and more protests for each service that fails, for each claim in struggle,” he added.
Finally, the Venezuelan president stressed that: “no matter how much the dictatorship intends to silence Venezuelans, we will always seek the way to be free.”
#11Nov La Dictadura destruyó la industria petrolera. Por eso hoy no hay gasolina.
Cada vez serán más las protestas por cada servicio que falle, por cada reivindicación en lucha.
Mientras que la dictadura pretende callar al venezolano, buscaremos para ser libres. https://t.co/IG5hSeNNs7
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) November 11, 2020