Pueblo de Catia movilizado contra sanciones y en respaldo al presidente Maduro

People of Catia mobilized against sanctions and in support of President Maduro

This Thursday, hundreds of inhabitants of the Caracas parish of Sucre, to the west of the city, mobilized in Catia during the march “The People in the streets against the sanctions and the blockade, in support of President Nicolás Maduro, protector of the people”in an activity headed by the first vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (SUV), God given hair, accompanied by civil authorities from Caracas.

“The Sucre parish is unyielding, it has never surrendered, it will never surrender, it has resisted all the attacks and it is not that they have resisted lying in a hammock, no, they have resisted fighting, working, fighting and winning,” he said Cabello, after leading the activity accompanied by the Mayor of Caracas, Carmen Melendezand the Head of Government of the Capital District (GDC), Nahum Fernandez, among other leaders and militants.

The activity also served to recognize the work of spokespersons for the Bolívar-Chávez Battle Units (UBCH) and leaders of the streets and communities who make daily house-to-house visits to the inhabitants of the parish, to find out their most pressing needs and take the corresponding resolution actions.

Cabello considered that the National Directorate of the PSUV should resemble the grassroots popular leaders, because it recognized and extended its congratulations to street, community and UBCH chiefs who are working seven days a week, 24 hours a day, to support their neighbors. “We have to copy your model,” he explained.

He also reminded the “Catiense” people that the Venezuelan opposition will try to visit these communities to demand a vote for their candidacies, now that they have finally agreed to run for suffrage in their primary elections after years of street violence.

“They know that they can’t get in here. Those who called for invasions accuse us of being violent. Where do you think the gringos would have thrown the first bomb? Here. Those who prevented President Nicolás Maduro from buying medicines for our people call us violent. Those who denied the right to food to the people of Venezuela call us violent,” he claimed.

He called on the inhabitants of western Caracas not to forget. “Here there is no amnesia, we cannot forget all the damage that they did to this town, brothers and sisters, because they (leaders of the right) have not come, but they will probably come here. If any of them come, ask them why they asked for a blockade, sanctions, why they asked for foreign forces to come to invade their homeland and promote invasions. Let us not forget the assassination attempt against President Nicolás Maduro,” Cabello warned.

People of Catia mobilized against sanctions and in support of President Maduro
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People of Catia mobilized against sanctions and in support of President Maduro
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