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Maduro denounced right-wing plans to sabotage the Electrical System

The Head of State highlighted that these actions are aimed at harming the people and especially those communities where Chavismo wins the elections with 90% of the votes.

The country's extremist opposition is advancing a plan to sabotage the national electrical system and cause an incident that damages the climate of peace and tranquility that is currently experienced in the country, denounced the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.

During the broadcast of the 51st broadcast of the weekly program Con Maduro +, the Head of State highlighted that these actions by the right are aimed at harming the people and especially those communities where Chavismo wins the elections with 90% of the votes. votes.

“They are desperate and in the face of their absolute desperation they are taking ugly steps, bad steps, against the country,” he said at the June 24 Battalion Theater, located in Campo de Carabobo, from where the program was broadcast.

Given this situation, he instructed the Bolivarian National Armed Forces and the State Security Corps to activate a patrol plan, 24 hours a day, of the critical installations of the National Electrical System to guarantee their protection.

Likewise, he urged the organized Popular Power and the Popular Units for Peace (UPPAZ) of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) to join these tasks that seek to ensure the electricity supply and the tranquility of the people.

He also instructed the president of the dialogue commission with the opposition, Jorge Rodríguez, to take this complaint to the right wing so that they stop these plans against the stability of the country.

"I am obliged to report it, several material authors of these attacks against the electrical system against the people are captured, imprisoned, convicted and confessed," he stressed.

“If they eat the light, they will regret it for 500 years, bandits, terrorists. “Here we are going to guarantee peace to the people,” said the President.

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