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Maduro: from Sabaneta to Mamera

In ten days, Nicolás Maduro toured 8 states and the city of Caracas, held 13 mass events and delivered 24 works

In 10 days, President Nicolás Maduro visited eight states and Caracas, where he held 13 mass events in the middle of which he asked who were the community spokespersons in charge of the housing issue. “I'll wait for you in Miraflores…”, the President called at least in Sabaneta (Barinas) and San Rafael del Mojan (Zulia). In those 10 days the President delivered 24 works, according to reports.

The states that Maduro visited between June 13 and 21 are located in the western region (Zulia), Andean (Mérida), eastern (Monagas, Nueva Esparta), southern (Amazonas, Bolívar), Llanera (Barinas) and closed in Caracas on Saturday 22.

In these entities he delivered health works such as the José Gregorio Hernández popular clinic in Puerto Ayacucho (Amazonas) and ordered a comprehensive diagnosis of the Luis Razzetti hospital in Barinas. He also inaugurated (or reopened) works in the educational area, such as the University of Health Sciences (Puerto Ayacucho core) as well as the renovated delivery of the Ramón Reinoso Núñez (Barinas) and Miguel Otero Silva (Guarenas, Miranda) educational units. ).

In sports, Maduro activated a sports complex in Marizapa (Miranda) from where he expressed his wishes so that in that Miranda region "criminal chaos does not reign again."

In this cycle of approaches, framed in the pre-electoral campaign, the Head of State held three meetings with productive sectors of Venezuela: Biruaca (Apure) and Mérida (Mérida) where they held economic councils. Before businessmen, entrepreneurs and merchants, Maduro has basically told them three things: the worst is over, the Venezuelan economy has been growing for 11 consecutive semesters and the scheme of violence does not work. “The sanctions were not against Maduro, the sanctions were against you,” the President tells those attending the National Economic Council, held in the plains and Andean regions. 

 “I already have the reins of the economy in my hands,” the president emphasizes to the private sector of the economy, proclaiming that he completes with the assertion that “we defeated Dólar Today,” alluding to the website that once established the price of the US currency. “The independence of this historical time is economic,” he closes with that challenge.

something electric

In Mérida and Zulia, Maduro announced the revival of the electrical system based on alliances with China, Turkey and India. And while on the Mucumbarí Cable Car (Mérida), he gave a pass to the Minister of Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez, to inaugurate the Biotechnological Center for the Formation of High Quality Seeds in Mucuchíes.

The visit to Zulia is the second this year. He had already been delivering the first part of the Ana María Campos Monumental Park on March 18. But on June 20, she attended a mass event in San Rafael del Moján, Mara municipality, indigenous subregion of Zulia, where they gave her the symbols of those ancestral peoples: a hat and the baton of command. Afterwards he returned to Maracaibo by land and arrived in the middle of the rain at the La Paz urbanization, where his followers were waiting for him soaked in water. He finished that act and moved to the next block where he delivered the restored Children's Singer Theater. From there he moved to the new building of the National Gaita Foundation, where some of the 400 followers of that Venezuelan gaita genre were waiting for him. “Without gaitas there is no Christmas,” Maduro commented as he toured the building's facilities. That night, the President premiered Gaiterísima 94.7 with an edition of Con Maduro de Repente, the radio program that he has been launching at various times.

The Pinto Rooster

In the 13 mass events that Maduro celebrated in the eight states visited and Caracas, the one that was most felt was Sabaneta (Barinas), the homeland of Hugo Chávez. Upon entering the town, he was accompanied by a caravan of motorcycles that passed in front of the Julián Pino school, where the late President Chávez attended primary school. And on one side of Plaza Bolívar they set up the stage on which Gallo Pinto danced, that fulía that has accompanied him in the pre-campaign.

On Monday the 17th he accepted the challenge of speaking to workers from the basic companies of Guayana from the famous Gate 3. “With the working class everything, without the working class nothing,” he said before the workforce. After the event she ate a lau-lau that Carmen Anzola sent her to enter the weekly program Con Maduro Más, a space from where she requested prison for those involved in the forced sale of the Citgo company. She took the opportunity to reactivate the construction of the third bridge over the Orinoco River (Cabruta-Caicara) and appoint the president of the Venezuelan Corporation of Guayana, Héctor Silva, as the new Minister for Mining.

San Juan Bautista

In Miranda he had two mass events: one in Caucagua, where he was given an image of Saint John the Baptist who walked across the stage and incorporated 27 thousand cocoa producers into the Patria System. And the other event in Guarenas took place in the Las Clavellinas neighborhood from where he warned the United States that if they wanted Venezuelan oil they had to pay for it at the market price.

The Monagas and Nueva Esparta concentrations took place on the same day; that is, Friday, June 21. In the 23 de Enero sector of Maturín he recalled in front of the crowd that the capital of Monaco was vital for Venezuelan Independence. Close to him was someone with a poster of the independence hero Leonardo Infante and the President asked the person carrying it to give it to him. “Long live Leonardo Infante,” he shouted when he had the poster in his hands.

In Nueva Esparta, in addition to Juan Griego's concentration, late at night, Maduro moved to Bicentenario Avenue, to inaugurate, accompanied by a crowd, the Hugo Chávez section of that road artery, located in the Gómez municipality (Santa Ana ).

Saturday the 22nd and Sunday the 23rd, the President dedicated it to Caracas. He started in the Niño Jesús neighborhood, between the Sucre and El Junquito parishes, where he inaugurated a mission base. Maduro recalled that he frequented that neighborhood when he was getting closer to his current wife Cilia Flores, who lived there. Touring the house where he activated the mission base, a spokeswoman told him about the need for a school for the sector. To materialize the idea, Maduro commissioned Nahúm Fernández (Head of Government of Caracas) to inspect some warehouses in the neighborhood where they suggest building the school.

From Niño Jesús he jumped to La Yaguara, where he reopened a panel factory for the construction of homes. When leaving the event, he got out of the truck, greeted neighbors in the area and went up some stairs to hug a little girl who was waiting for him on the balcony of his house. A musical band played in the street, while the grandmother shook with the President, whom she placed her hand on the forehead to give him a blessing.

The President said goodbye to his grandmother and headed towards Mamera for a rally. “The worst time is being left behind,” he told the attendees of that Caracas neighborhood to whom he sang Chica Plástica, that Rubén Blades salsa that was popular in the 80s.

And on Sunday he attended the National Pantheon to receive the symbolic remains of Cristóbal Mendoza, the first civilian president of Venezuela whom he described as a precursor "of the anti-oligarchic current of Venezuela." At one point in his speech, Maduro asked himself: “What is the force that moves us?”; to respond like this: “the living example of the liberators of America.” And it was there when he ordered a cup of coffee harvested in Trujillo, the homeland of Cristóbal Mendoza and brewed by his wife Cilia Flores.

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