ELECTRICAL POWER: A country turned off by corruption

Venezuela is currently facing a widespread power outage due to unfinished projects, political interference in electrical management, and a lack of resources for maintenance and building new hydro and thermal power plants. As a result, many cities, towns, and states are experiencing intermittent or no access to electricity.

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Since the arrival of the Bolivarian revolution in Venezuela, the most basic rights of society have been diminished as a result of public policies that were promised and never materialized. The millionaire resources approved over the years and the lack of transparency derived from the politicization of the Venezuelan institutional framework today are a reflection of an impoverished state and a country without food, electricity, water and gasoline.

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