BEWARE OF CORRUPTION

Corruption in Venezuela, how it affects the citizen.
The importance of seeking social justice.

Corruption in Venezuela

Unfinished works, politicization of electricity management and diversion of resources that should have been allocated to the maintenance and generation of new hydro and thermoelectric plants today make Venezuela a country in the dark. Cities, towns and states in general that do not have continuous access to electricity.

Thirsty communities, hours that should be dedicated to the productivity of a country, are invested in the search for water to moderately alleviate the needs of a home. Foul-smelling liquid, sometimes contaminated, must be collected in containers by citizens due to the deterioration of all the country’s water distribution systems. Today the few investments made do not reflect improvements in this matter and there are no responsible for the embezzlement of funds.

The state oil company that was a symbol of efficiency in the world and engine of development in Venezuela, today its indicators place it as a diminished company in production and wealth generation capacity. With more than 127 investigations around the world, PDVSA today represents the largest corruption scandal that has existed in current Venezuelan history.

Corruption is a scourge that throughout history has permeated institutions throughout Latin America, but especially Venezuela, where since the arrival of the Bolivarian revolution 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, affecting the access of the population to basic social rights that today need justice before the enrichment of a few at the expense of the social benefit of an entire country.

CLAP

The corrupt CLAP program

ELECTRICAL POWER

A country turned off by corruption

WATER SERVICE

A country thirsting for justice

PDVSA

The schemes that have looted a country

Who are the ones responsible?

These four investigative audiovisual shorts provide a glimpse into the corruption in Venezuela and how it affects the daily lives of its citizens. The videos showcase how public funds disappear and reveal the international criminal network that perpetuates inequality and deprivation. Each report emphasizes the significance of transparency, justice, and accountability, highlighting the importance of fighting corruption for the well-being and prosperity of Venezuelans.

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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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