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The greatest dialogue ever

Good morning. This is how this Tuesday dawns. Find out here about the most important news of the moment.

First things first: What is going to happen the day after the election? President Nicolás Maduro yesterday on his television program said what he plans to do once he is re-elected on July 28. He announced that he will call “to the greatest dialogue that has ever been held for peace, for stability, for economic growth, for a new model of society.”

Businessmen, workers, entrepreneurs, cultivators, all democratic forces, that is, all actors in national life and not just a sector of the opposition backed by the gringos, will be invited to this great dialogue.

“I am going to summon a country that is much bigger than that tiny group that only hates and they will have to submit to the dictates of the Constitution, to the decision that the people are going to make on July 28 and respect it.”

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There is strength in 23

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As you already know, the PSUV is in permanent mobilization throughout the country against the sanctions and in support of President Nicolás Maduro. A crowd led by Diosdado Cabello marched in the 23 de Enero parish of Caracas, who highlighted what differentiates the socialist candidate from the rest of the presidential candidates: "Nicolás is one of ours, he is equal to any of those who are here, he does not need to put on a costume because he is the people."

Two days without water

Attention my people from Guarenas, Guatire and Caucagua: Hidrocapital announced that starting today at six in the afternoon they will cut off the water supply for 48 hours due to maintenance work on the Taguaza system. This is what they are going to do:

“…An important body of engineers will carry out the installation of a new 900 HP engine with its vertical pump, repair of breakdowns, replacement of suction cups and electromechanical maintenance in simultaneous work fronts, with the accompaniment of organized Popular Power.”

The exorcism of San Juan de Los Morros

This topic has been going around for several days. In San Juan de Los Morros They tried to practice an exorcism rite and, well, it went wrong. A man who was supposedly possessed ended up dead because the “exorcists” forcibly held him down and crushed his face against a mattress” believing they were fighting a demon. They suffocated him. Five people involved were arrested and handed over to the prosecutor's office to be charged. Find out the details here.

Prepare for the downpour

The tropical wave season has already started, the first has already passed and this week the second and third will hit. One is expected to arrive tomorrow and the other on Sunday. So now you know, umbrellas and be very careful on the street.

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Exchange rate

The Central Bank of Venezuela reported that yesterday's exchange tables showed an average of 36,51 bolivars per dollar. Remember that this is the only rate valid for any transaction today.

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They are pronounced, but that's it

The foreign ministers of the European Union met yesterday and then condemned the genocidal massacre of the Zionist State. European governments They ask Israel to comply with the order of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the end of military operations on the town in the south of the Gaza Strip.

For its part, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said: There is no safe place in Gaza. “This horror must end.”

And for today it is expected that Spain, Norway and Ireland formally announce that they recognize Palestine as a State. This is a political gesture that aims to support a negotiated resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

That is the closest thing to concrete action on this matter. However, nothing has stopped murderous Zionism. The genocidal army continues to massacre people in Rafah as if it had nothing to do with them. For sample look the account of @PalestineToday, reporting live from Palestine.

Poll

I invite you to participate in our digital survey this week. We want to measure people's opinions on a recurring topic: motorized vehicles and regulations. Do you consider that motorized vehicles are respectful of traffic rules? Which standards do they comply with the most and which ones the least? Do you agree with restricting the use of motorcycles in some places or times? Give me your opinion by answering the questionnaire you will find here:

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Angel

Angel González
I write #ElInformante and #DatosÚN in Últimas Noticias.

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