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Governor of Zulia asks to lift sanctions that “ruin the industry”

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Governor of Zulia asks to lift sanctions that "ruin the industry"

He Zulia state governorManuel Rosales, reiterated that he is against the so-called trade sanctions imposed against Venezuela by the United States and its satellite states.

“Even though it has a political cost, we have expressed with a clear and strong voice that it is time to suspend the country’s trade sanctions that end up ruining industry, commerce and the agricultural sector,” said the regional president on Thursday at the installation ceremony of the 79th Annual Assembly of Fedecámaras.

In his speech before the plenary session of Venezuelan businessmen, Rosales maintained that “these measures end up harming the productive forces. Also to communities and people. They liquidate the opportunities, employment and dreams of the Venezuelan family”.

The politician openly opposed to the Bolivarian Revolution and the government of President Nicolás Maduro, considered that “it is time to talk, to dialogue, to bet on peace, on prosperity. It is time to put an end to those sanctions that suffocate people, without providing any political solution to Venezuela.

Maduro highlights message of peace and coexistence

Last Monday, July 17, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, described Manuel Rosales’s statements as positive in response to his rejection of the opposition resuming the path of violence.

“It seems very good to me that Rosales sends a message of peace and coexistence (…) it is very positive,” he said during his program Con Maduro +.

The first national president recalled that Governor Rosales was elected by the Venezuelan electoral system, which he classified as the most perfect in the world.

“That electoral system allowed Manuel Rosales to return, elected in 2021, no one bet even half on Manuel Rosales and he remained governor in Zulia. Holy word, the word of the people, ”he stressed.

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