Dozens of Chavista protesters were led by the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, during an anti-corruption march held this Saturday, March 25. In his speech, Cabello reiterated the need to “eliminate and disappear (corruption) from anywhere in the Bolivarian revolution.”
Hundreds of Chavistas marched this Saturday, March 25, in Caracas in a demonstration against corruption that the president, Nicolás Maduro, denounced in the last week, to whom they expressed their support.
Under the slogan “the honest ones are more”, the sympathizers of the so-called Bolivarian revolution participated in this mobilization that toured several streets of the capital until they reached the headquarters of the state oil company PDVSA, the place where almost all the recently discovered irregularities were taking place. .
“The people of Venezuela take to the streets (…) we are here to support our president because we are against corruption,” he told EFE Luidy Maldonado, a 57-year-old woman who walked the entire journey chanting pro-Maduro slogans.
The protesters were led by the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), God given hairwho reiterated the need to “eliminate and disappear (corruption) from anywhere in the Bolivarian revolution.”
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Cabello remarked that “a revolutionary movement that does not fight corruption is not a revolutionary movement” because that scourge is not a revolutionary value, it is an anti-value that must be eliminated and disappeared from anywhere in the Bolivarian process, he said.
“To walk with strength, joy, but with the necessary claim so that those who have responsibility assume the role of true leaders and are not contaminating themselves,” said the deputy at the beginning of the walk.
The activity ended without incident with a new speech by Cabello and another by the president of the National Assembly, Jorge Rodríguez, who supported the president, Nicolás Maduro, in the anti-corruption crusade.
Likewise, this Saturday, the Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that the number of detainees for the plots detected in recent days rose to 25, a total that includes an official deputy, three judges, a mayor, 11 businessmen and other senior officials from State institutions. .
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