No state outside the reach of the crisis that the Nicolás Maduro regime has generated. As long as the usurpation is maintained, the failure in basic services will remain throughout Venezuela.
In Aragua, there are more and more complaints about lack of water. People must walk long distances to get to a public well and get the liquid. These types of complaints are frequent and people say they are tired of this situation.
On the other hand, Miguel Rangel, president of the car tank association in the region, said they charge 250 thousand bolivars per fill, using the state well they manage.
A resident of the state reported that they had no water service for more than ten days and that the problem arises frequently. The same citizen stressed that they also have problems with gas and food.