The Acción Democrática Party marched again this weekend in Quibor, Jiménez municipality in Lara State. The sectional leadership headed by First Vice President, Edgar Zambrano, took to the streets to promote the National Salvation Plan from all sectors.
From the Jiménez municipality, from its capital Quibor, AD said present to the National Salvation Plan. We categorically support the agreement promoted by the democratic society and the various organizations represented by unions, guilds, students, political parties and other institutions in the country,” said Zambrano, after completing the tour of this community in Lara State.
He expressed that it is urgent to build the necessary conditions so that the people can express themselves freely in an eventual fair and verifiable electoral process, which involves achieving an understanding between the different actors on the Venezuelan political scene.
“The leadership and militancy of Acción Democrática in Lara is committed, firm and subscribes what the National Salvation Agreement represents. We fly our flags in defense of freedom, justice and democracy,” assured the Deputy Zambrano.
For his part, Manuel Díaz, General Secretary of AD in Jiménez, stated that the people of Quibor do not give up, on the contrary, they will continue to raise their voices in favor of reactivating the economy that was once a benchmark in this town, know by is production of beef, swine, poultry, dairy and their derivatives, tubers and vegetables.
“At present we do not have credit, chemicals, or attention from the State, for economic mobility in our municipality, which would stimulate the productive apparatus in an area as important as the country’s food chain,” he stated.
Quibor claims for Vaccines Now
In addition, the militancy of the legitimate Acción Democrática Party, led by Henry Ramos Allup, recalled during the tour its demand for vaccines now in order to safeguard the health of all Venezuelans in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Quibor, the artisanal city, today becomes the epicenter of the claim for vaccines, we raise our voice in defense of our right to a vaccination plan that allows the immunization of the entire population in the face of the increase in cases in this jurisdiction,” said Sobella Mejías, Secretary General of AD Lara.