The humanitarian situation is becoming increasingly difficult in Venezuela and several parts of the country, areas and communities without both power and drinking water.
the country's president, Nicolás Maduro, rejected a series of offers for help and only a few days ago allowed the Red Cross to enter the country.
The severe conditions have created a wave of protests which the authorities have encountered with the military. Despite the fact it went thousands of demonstrators out on the streets in the capital Caracas for a second day in a row. Where cried the man slogans against the government of Venezuela and against the country's president.
power cuts have been declared a sabotage staged by the united states of president Maduro. But on Monday went to the national assembly vice-president Nora Barcho out and estimated that it would cost nearly 400 billion dollars to upgrade the country's aging electricity grid, writes El Universal.
On Monday night called on the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido those who support him to continue to go out on the streets and protest.
According to information available to news agency Reuters, the country's government to be on track to introduce rationing of certain goods.