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April 13, 2019 10:09
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Updated on April 13, 2019 10:43

This Saturday morning, Joan Guaidó, acting president of Venezuela, visited the Basilica of Our Lady of Chiquinquirá in Maracaibo, Zulia state.

The civil society zuliana accompanied to the agent in charge during its route by the temple. "Zulia is going to get up. They have the commitment of the National Assembly to accompany the reconstruction process in Venezuela," he said as he left the grounds.

He has indicated that he is in the entity verifying the situation that the citizens have suffered by the faults in the electrical service and the rationing that they apply in the region.

The President-in-Charge was accompanied during the tour by Manuel Rosales, ex-governor of Zulia, and by the deputy Joan Pau Guanipa.

The acting president runs the country in context with Operation Liberty, which raises the citizen organization to get the first passage of the transition route proposed by Parliament: the cessation of the usurpation.

"We came to Zulia to listen to them, to accompany them and continue organizing. We are going to pay tribute to a resistance that refuses to settle for the misery that wants to install the usurpation," he affirmed later of your arrival at the entity.

This Saturday at 4:00 pm the Zulianos will meet with Juan Guaidó on Avenida 5 de Julio.

Photo: Courtesy

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