Aragua, Guárico, Vargas, Portuguesa and Carabobo came out this Friday, June 25th, to protest in the streets demanding the productive reactivation of the country, salary improvements and to tell the regime that we have had enough of living in a business cemetery.
With activities and street demonstrations, citizens raised their voices in support of the National Salvation Agreement and in rejection of the hunger policies imposed by the dictatorship. Civil society, union representatives, guilds, political activists and members of the ‘Frente Amplio Venezuela Libre’ carried out banners, tours and denunciations in favor of the salvation of Venezuela.
From Carabobo, Jhonny Magdaleno, General Secretary of Fetracarabobo, indicated: “It cannot be that a government that calls itself ‘laborist’ has destroyed industry. Out of 5 thousand companies that existed here now there are 2 thousand left, but only 600 work at 20% of their capacity. The Industrial Zone of Valencia is today a cemetery of companies.”
For their part, representatives of the Vargas labor sector, delivered a document of complaints to the Labor Inspectorate, they raised to this office the deplorable situation experienced by the productive sector of this state.
Workers demand better wages and better conditions to attend their work with total normality. It is important to note that the trade unionists were accompanied by some political leaders of the state, who supported this complaint.
Guarico and Portuguesa protested for vaccines for all Venezuelans and also specified that the entire productive sector of the country must be reactivated for the recovery of Venezuela.