Barrio Nuevo Tricolor advances in housing rehabilitation in the country

The Great Mission Barrio Nuevo Barrio Tricolor, in coordination with the Communal Work and Production Brigades, launched this Saturday the rehabilitation of homes in the states of Apure, Aragua, Bolívar, Mérida and Nueva Esparta.

From the 9 de Diciembre community, located in the San Fernando de Apure municipality, Mayor Ofelia Padrón pointed out that 50 homes were recovered, and incandescent light bulbs and ceilings were replaced by savers.

"The Food House was rehabilitated and a large number of families in the community benefit, through the articulation of the Bolívar-Chávez Battle Units (UBCh) and the Network of Articulation and Socio-Political Action (RAAS)," said Padrón through from the social network Twitter.

He stated that the public servants of the revolutionary institutions were present, such as the National Electricity Corporation (Corpoelec), the National Institute of Nutrition (INN) and the Movement for Peace and Life.

Likewise, in the Caroní municipality of Bolívar state, the deputy Ángel Marcano expressed: “We are recovering the Villa Bahía field, in addition to the Point and Circle spaces of these Mission Bases; work that benefits children, young people and the entire population with the right to culture and sports ”.

The deputy was accompanied by the mayor of the Caroní municipality, Tito Oviedo, the main community spokesperson, Osiris Rojas, in the sector where 11 community councils were favored for a total of 300 families.

The Tricolor Route continued in Aragua, where 100 facades of houses were recovered in the Sorocaima sector, of the El Indio Sorocaima commune, in the Santiago Mariño municipality.

The activity was led by the director of the Ministry of Popular Power for Public Works in the entity, Saúl Sánchez, who said that on this occasion some 100 homes were benefited with painting on the facade and placing enamels on bars.

 

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