The shortage of gasoline continues to affect all Venezuelans. Citizens protest daily against the service and demand answers from the State.
In Barquisimeto, Lara State, lines at gas stations reached such a point that they turned the city into a parking lot. The lines go for miles and get mixed up with other vehicles waiting for service at other gas stations.
The ‘Barquisimetanos’, when they do not see an answer from those who manage the service stations, protest and close the main avenues of the city.
Citizens demanded that public officials who run the gas stations be honest and clear about fuel distribution.
“To give you an idea, my son takes his insulin three times a day, and I can’t get the insulin, because to get insulin I need gas,” said a local resident in one of the gas lines.
The people of Larrabia spend between 15 and 20 days in sleeping their vehicles to be able to buy a few liters of gasoline.