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Maduro urged students not to let fascism take away their future

The president urged youth to cultivate their conscience and “patriotic, humanist and Christian values.”

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, urged Venezuelan youth to defend their study opportunities won in revolution, in the face of the threat of the “fascist right,” which seeks to privatize and privilege this right.

After inaugurating the new headquarters of the National Experimental University of the Armed Forces (UNEFA), Delta Amacuro core, President Maduro, stressed that the Bolivarian Government is the only one that guarantees Venezuelan youth the right to free, quality university education.

The national leader called on Venezuelan youth to build awareness of knowledge, as a tool to overcome the challenges of the future and overcome the imperialist blockade imposed on the country. “Know the homeland, our history and defend our national values,” the head of state reflected with the students.

He said that the free, quality education that Venezuelan youth enjoys today is a legacy of Commander Hugo Chávez, who promoted a model of liberating education for all sectors of the country, which is why he called to take care of it and maintain it.

“I call on the youth to love their country and defend it with passion. There is only one and our homeland is Venezuela, youth. Secondly, I call to cultivate your conscience and your patriotic, humanist and Christian values,” said the president.

In this direction, the president welcomed the creation of the Military Community Brigades for Education and Health (Bricomiles), which has allowed the rehabilitation of educational centers through the 1×10 of Good Government in its desire to provide correct responses to the communities.

“We must thank the Military Community Brigades for this wonderful work. At each stage we have generated innovation with the 1×10 of Good Government, an innovation to seek solutions to the demands and needs of the people,” highlighted the Dignitary.

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