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Maduro Brigade to protect infrastructure

After the recent massive power outage in the crisis country, Venezuela has created a head of state, Nicolás Maduro a military brigade to protect critical infrastructure. This he announced in the television.

The command for the defence of the strategic basic services of the state will protect the power and water supply and maintenance, monitoring, Maduro said on Friday (local time) in a Radio and televised speech. At the same time, he reiterated the United States for the recent days-long power failure responsible.

There were continuous attacks on the largest hydroelectric power plant in Venezuela and other facilities, said Maduro. This would be led by John Bolton, the National security adviser of US President Donald Trump,"". 7. March had been in Venezuela for almost six days of power. On Tuesday, the government announced, finally, that the power supply throughout the country was restored. From the West of the country were reported on Friday but continues to be power outages.

Maduro accuses the Opposition, to have the situation with a "wave of nationwide violence," further fueled. The self-appointed transitional President Juan Guaidó sees the cause for the power failure in the negligence and corruption of the government.

Although Venezuela has the largest oil deposits in the world, is in a severe economic crisis, with acute shortages. (nag/sda)

Created: 16.03.2019, 10:31 PM

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