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Politicians dedicate a message to Caracas on social networks from their point of view

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Politicians dedicate a message to Caracas on social networks from their point of view

Caracas celebrates 465 years of its foundation this Tuesday and several politicians dedicated messages to the metropolis for its anniversary

This Tuesday, July 25, the city of Caracas celebrates 456 years of its foundation and, as has become customary, politicians dedicate a message to the capital of Venezuela on its anniversary loaded with special meaning for the author of each writing on social networks.

The president of Encuentro Ciudadano and candidate for the primary, Delsa Solorzanoasserted that Caracas has survived the abandonment and negligence of “terrible rulers” throughout its history and she is still there, “with nobility.”

Roberto Patino, leader of Primero Justicia, wished five things for the city of Caracas: That it be a safe city; where the environment is respected; entrepreneurship is encouraged, with good public services, and where “democracy is reborn”.

The president of the Un Nuevo Tiempo party in Caracas, Jose Gregorio Caribas, ratified the commitment of the blue awning to strengthen the unit for the primary; with the organization of a team that is committed, despite its political affinity, to work together to crystallize the event on October 22.

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The director of Fordisi and worker in the education sector, gricelda sanchezpublished a message alluding to Caracas’s birthday with a theme composed by the maestro Billo Frómeta.

The Cause R He also dedicated a message to the capital of Venezuela, denouncing that it is a metropolis currently “mistreated by its authorities, a victim of contamination, indiscriminate felling, terrible public services and lack of public management.”

The primary candidate for the Primero Justicia party, Henrique Caprileshe wrote some verses of the “Canto a Caracas” by the Billo’s Caracas Boys and motivated people to “echar pa’ lante”.

The mayoress of Caracas, Carmen MelendezHe assured that they are working to beautify and improve it. Later, in an act in the Plaza Bolívar, bit a cake for the birthday of the city he presides over.

The Minister of Education, yelitze santaelladescribed the city as “the rebellious, the brave” and “the one with unimaginable landscapes”.

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