The deputy to the National Assembly, José Antonio Mendoza, exhorted Venezuelans to continue protesting for a dignified life after demonstrations were registered for the second day in a row in Maturín.
“Neighbors of the El Moriche sector are protesting for the lack of water, gas, gasoline and the constant failures of the electric service,” informed the congressman through his Twitter account.
Mendoza urged Venezuelans to continue raising their voices to defend their rights. “It is enough that they continue destroying Venezuela and do not care about the suffering of our people”.
“The people of Maturín demand that Nicolás Maduro and his accolytes leave our State of Monagas”, he added.
Finally, the parliamentarian affirmed: “it is time to unify the struggles to change this hard reality”.
Dos días de protestas continúas en nuestra ciudad #Maturín.
Vecinos del sector El Moriche protestan por falta de agua, gas, gasolina y las constantes fallas del servicio eléctrico.
— José Antonio Mendoza (@JoseAMendozaPJ) October 16, 2020