Ezio Angelini, president of the Zulia fedecámaras, stressed that it is necessary to ease the sanctions on the oil company, because “Zulia is an oil state.” He pointed out that the supposed “Chevron effect” has not yet been felt in the entity and stressed that without a complete change in the economic policies of the Venezuelan State, it becomes more difficult to get out of the pothole in which the state of Zulia finds itself.
The president of Fedecámaras Zulia and former president of the Maracaibo Chamber of Commerce, Ezio Angelini, regretted the economic decrease registered during the first four months of 2023 in the entity compared to the same period in 2022. He stressed that the decrease is close to 8%, with which, as indicated, “We returned to the negative trend again.”
In interview for Union RadioAngelini said that there is inflation in dollars that affects the food basket, “consumption has gone down” and wages are not helping “it is the sum of everything”.
Regarding oil production, he pointed out that it is necessary to ease the sanctions on the oil company because “Zulia is an oil state”, while affirming that the supposed “Chevron effect” has not been felt in the entity. “If there is not a complete change in the economic policies of the Venezuelan State, I find it difficult for us to get out of this pothole,” he said.
Likewise, Angelini denounced that in the state there continue to be failures in the electricity supply. “We have not stopped suffering power outages, especially when these months of intense heat begin is when things get worse”, projection.
He assured that in the entity “we are at a critical moment; three or four hours a day in all sectors and in small border municipalities suffer much more like Perijá, Machiques, La Villa, Santa Bárbara, Mara, between seven and eight hours, it is complex“, said.
He also warned about the return of the queues to refuel gasoline and said that the failures in the services “It is something that unfortunately we have never stopped suffering.”
With information from Union Radio
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