The deputy of the National Assembly, Carlos Sierra, presented the Parliamentary Management Report at the facilities of the Liceo Eduardo Crema, located in the El Paraíso parish of Caracas, on Friday, May 5.
At the event, the parliamentarian gave details of the achievements obtained in various areas, emphasizing health, education and the development of organized communities, refers to the PSUV press release.
During the activity, cultural acts were carried out by high school students, as well as community leaders from different parishes in the capital, CLAP communicators, teachers and doctors from health centers from La Vega and Antímano, who assured that they felt very grateful for the support of Deputy Sierra.
Neiwel Domínguez, director of the Eduardo Crema Lyceum, pointed out the different repairs that were carried out in the educational institution thanks to the intervention of Deputy Sierra, such as the improvement of the lighting system, rehabilitation of the dining room, lounges and common areas, as well as the connection to Internet.
In this sense, Professor Carolina Ponce, from the José Antonio González Educational Unit, expressed that “the work that Deputy Sierra has been doing, through street parliamentarianism, is one of the clearest examples of the true revolution.” Ponce said she was proud to work and participate hand in hand with Deputy Sierra in shaping the future of Venezuela, highlighting the Student Participation Lawrecently approved by the National Assembly.