The deputy of the National Assembly, Carlos Valero, stated this Tuesday that 88.7% of the Venezuelan people do not currently have any type of savings or income in the midst of the serious economic crisis generated by Maduro’s dictatorship.
“According to the Venezuela 2020 Crisis Survey, only 1.9% of Venezuelans have the resources to cover more than one month’s expenses,” Valero expressed through a message on his official Twitter account
Likewise, the deputy for Un Nuevo Tiempo added that despite the fact that Maduro’s regime implemented in the midst of the quarantine a broad system of flexibility, 78.3% of the country’s businesses present failures in their operation or products.
“#8Sep despite the “ample flexibilization” of the quarantine 78.3% of the country’s businesses present failures in operations and products, according to the Venezuela 2020 Crisis Survey. It reflects that only 1.9% of Venezuelans have resources to cover expenses for more than 1 month.
– Carlos Valero (@CarlosValero08) September 8, 2020″
#8Sep a pesar de la “flexibilización amplia” de la cuarentena 78,3% de los comercios del país presentan fallas en el funcionamiento y productos, según la Encuesta Crisis Venezuela 2020.! Refleja que solo 1,9% de los venezolanos cuenta con recursos para cubrir gastos + de 1 mes pic.twitter.com/jfEUqQCMBO
— Carlos Valero (@CarlosValero08) September 8, 2020