The water was scarce, patients in hospitals died: The day-long power outage in Venezuela has put the population on a new hard test. According to the government, the problems are now fixed.
After almost a week without electricity, the energy supply in Venezuela is manufactured according to the government. By the fire in a substation there are only two towns near the capital, Caracas, some of the problems, said Minister of information, Jorge Rodriguez. The supply of running water was ensured to be 80 percent.
Since Thursday of last week, a massive power failure had put large parts of the South American country to a standstill. The government's opponents see the cause of the blackout in miss management and lack of maintenance of the plants in the crisis-ridden Petro-state.
head of state, Nicolás Maduro made, however, one of the USA's and the Opposition's planned cyber attack for the collapse of the energy supply.