Due to the ongoing power outages in Venezuela have left thousands of people on the streets. In Caracas, there were riots. Now President Maduro has announced a Plan for the rationing of electricity.
Because of the recurring power failures in Venezuela, President Nicolas Maduro has announced a 30-day Plan for the rationing of electricity. This will help with the default deal, said Maduro on state television.
It should be made a "balance" between production, transportation and consumption of electricity throughout the country. The focus should be on the water supply, called for Maduro. He warned of unrest as a reaction to the power failures.
To the power supply and repair works to make it easier, announced communication Minister, Jorge Rodriguez, in addition, to shorten working days in company and authorities. You should, in the future, around 14: 00. Schools and universities should remain closed on Monday.After a second power outage protests
After a power failure on Sunday many people from the power supply is cut off. Because of the failures they have no tap water and are cut off from the communication. Radio, television, phones and Internet don't work.
Against the collapse of the reason to supply goods all over the country people on the streets. In the case of the protests, there was rioting. In Caracas, built of angry citizens in the vicinity of the presidential Palace barricades and blocked roads. Armed paramilitary groups in the service of the socialist government, trying to get the protesters with violence.dispute over responsibility for shortage of supply
head of state Maduro the power outages on Sabotage by the Opposition and the United States. They waged a war against Venezuela. Opposition leader Juan Guaido power, however, the Venezuelan government responsible. The government's opponents see delayed investment, poor maintenance and corruption as the reason for the power outages.
Since the beginning of March in the South American country to severe power outages. The Europe-based organization Netblocks, which monitors the network connections, shared with, so far, only 15 percent of the country were online. On Sunday afternoon the electricity was restored. Most Venezuelans expect, however, is now that it fails again soon.