Representatives of the youths of the political parties, the Confederation of Students of Venezuela (CONFEV) and the National Federation of Students of Secondary Education (FENEEM), summoned the general public to meet in the streets next February 12th, Youth Day, against Maduro’s regime and its failed political model.
This was announced by the students during a press conference held this Wednesday in the Plaza Los Palos Grandes, in the metropolitan area of Caracas.
Celeste Pérez, spokeswoman for the youth of the political parties, highlighted “today we are organizing to take back the streets against a regime that continues to criminalize the protest,” also, she assured that they have never stopped fighting for democracy in the country.
For his part, Snehyli Suárez, representative of the FENEEM, emphasized the deterioration of education in general and therefore the precarious conditions in which teachers must work today. For this reason they leave the classrooms, highlighting the meager conditions that both teachers and students share. For this reason, she invited all sectors to participate this February 12th with the youth of the country.
While Terry Villanueva, spokesperson for the CONFEV, emphasized that “this route that we have to build cannot only be for Venezuelan youth, it must be for all Venezuelans, young people are willing to join all the democratic sectors of the country and together fight for Venezuela.”
Finally, the representatives of the Venezuelan youth urged the general public to demonstrate on February 12th from 9 in the morning in the Plaza Bolívar de Chacao and in the different cities in the interior of the country.