The First Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, called the announcement of Maduro’s regime regarding the gasoline shortage in Venezuela a ‘humiliation’.
The parliamentarian assured that the dictatorship during the last 20 years has been in charge of destroying the oil industry and Venezuelans are the ones who have paid the consequences.
“Maduro announces that there is gasoline left in the country for 20 days. This is undoubtedly one of the greatest humiliations that the people of Venezuela can receive,” he said through his Twitter account.
Guanipa regretted that Venezuela, being the country with one of the largest oil reserves in the world, does not have fuel to supply the country.
“They turned Venezuela into chaos, so they must leave,” he said.
Nicolas Maduro’s regime informed this Wednesday that Venezuela has gasoline reserves for 20 or 30 days and informed the arrival of 19 planes from Iran that were transporting parts destined to different refineries in the country, while Venezuela continues to go through the worst fuel crisis in its history.
Maduro anuncia que en el país queda gasolina para 20 días.
Esta es sin duda una de las humillaciones más grande que puede recibir el pueblo de Venezuela.
— Juan Pablo Guanipa (@JuanPGuanipa) October 28, 2020