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Sanctions against Venezuela: Political purpose not achieved

The former presidential candidate confirmed that “a lot of money” was flowing into Venezuela, and considered Maduro “unwilling to sign a license” to allow Venezuelan oil to be sold to foreign companies.



Courtesy | He stressed that at present “we are dealing with problems of political machinery unrelated to the people.”

Henrik Gabrielle Radonsky, the former governor of the state of Miranda, assured this Wednesday that the sanctions imposed on Venezuela did not achieve their political purpose, while he stressed that personal sanctions were affecting the country’s development.

During a live broadcast on social media, Gabrielis pointed out that sanctions had a political purpose, “to put it bluntly, it was not achieved.”

“Politics must move, positions must move, the stage must move. I ask: who can deny that a public servant can be paid more, without talk, without being popular,” he said.

The former presidential candidate confirmed that “a lot of money” was flowing into Venezuela, and considered Maduro “unwilling to sign a license” to allow Venezuelan oil to be sold to foreign companies.

“There’s a lot of money coming in. People want petrol and oil smuggling to continue. (Nicholas) I do not think Maduro should sign the license. This is where the struggle of the unions comes in, ”he said.

Gabrielles questioned whether there were people who were opposed to the lifting of US (US) sanctions on Venezuela.

“Everything that benefits the people of Venezuela must be acknowledged. When the Caracas-Miami flights were grounded, who did it harm? To the regime? To weaken Maduro? I ask: Can’t discuss it? You can walk and chew at the same time.”

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The opposition leader stressed that in Venezuela “divorce exists because every issue that arises is related to political dynamics.” “If someone disagrees, they fall on him, we know where they fall on him. Why shouldn’t we take advantage of this crisis for the Venezuelan people to live a little better?”

“They tell me that if we do that, if we improve economic policy, we will steal Maduro. Has Maduro not been screwed into politics in the last three years? Has it not strengthened? Have you seen the opposition scatter and erode further?”

Gabrielles felt that the opposition was weakening as the Maduro government strengthened itself in recent years. “I made a mistake, I admit, but we can’t stop moving because of that,” he said.

The former governor reiterated the need to find solutions for Venezuela. Talk about recovering pay, schools, hospitals.

He stressed that at present “we are dealing with problems of political machinery unrelated to the people.” “You have to carry solutions every meter to connect with people,” he said.

“The millions of Venezuelans living in Venezuela need to think carefully about what we are saying. If the gas runs out, it is not Maduro who runs out of gas. It is not Maduro who goes without medicine when he runs out of medicine. It’s very easy to tell people to be hungry if they have a full refrigerator. Can’t tell if the fridge is empty. You can not tell him that if he eats it strengthens Maduro. Conversely, as much as he eats, he will not depend on the CLAP box, the Maduro bonus, the pay rise, but rather he will be free. More freely, there is a greater chance of restoring democracy, “he said.

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