Peasants organize to demand the end of unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela

Peasants organize to demand the end of unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela

The president of the Foundation against Peasant and Political Hitmen, Maite García reported that the country’s peasant sector has been organizing to request the United Nations to cease the unilateral coercive measures that affect the country’s productive development.

He highlighted in an interview on the Al Aire program that they have been carrying out a consultation process in 14 states of the country, where they have covered more than 149 communities and 17,913 consultations have been systematized in a first phase on how coercive measures affect the country. and to the peasantry.

García explained that the organized peasants carried out a mobilization on September 21 called El Plantón, to request the definitive cessation of the blockade and that the unilateral coercive measures against the country be lifted.

He added that the efforts of the United Nations in terms of defending Venezuela have not been sufficient, which is why the peasants are in constant mobilization to defend the homeland “because Venezuela has not committed any crime to be punished.” .

He also denounced that the coercive and unilateral measures have caused affections in the peasant sector, “in the survey carried out in several states of the country, I found that the emotional affections generated by the blockade on the peasant family are depression 49%, anxiety 17%, and stress 34 %, “because as they cannot produce, they enter into a complex situation”.

“These measures are aimed at depressing society so that they rise up against the government of President Nicolás Maduro,” García pointed out.

Finally, he pointed out that “as part of the Congress of the New Era, the peasants have been organizing themselves to contribute to the deepening of the Bolivarian Revolution, and it remains in time and is irreversible.”


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