At least 250 cases per day report via VenApp

At least 250 cases per day report via VenApp

An estimated 250 cases per day have been reported by the Good Government 1×10 system through VenApp, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, reported on Tuesday.

In a streaming broadcast on his social networks Facebook Live, Instagram and Tiktok, Maduro stressed that 1×10 “is the key to connecting with the issues that people have in their community, on their street, in their urban planning.”

The Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, explained that to date 2,547 cases have been reported by the VenApp, of which 1,585 correspond to water complaints, 532 health and 430 education.

“In 10 days. It means that it is an average of 250 cases per day,” added the president, who pointed out that the 1×10 of the Good Government “is a new way of connecting, of going to work and resolving the issues we have.”

This system was launched on May 20 and seeks to serve as a channel to receive complaints from the population through the VenApp social network and the Patria System on vital issues such as health, water, electricity, education, among other areas.

President Maduro answered some phone calls regarding complaints about public services, such as the need for the internet for schoolchildren.

He urged “to build a civic-military union system of all Government instances and instances of People’s Power to articulate the 1×10 Good Government.

«We must empower the UBCH, the communes, the popular power through the 1 x 10 of the Good Government».

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