Jesus Pérez | THE PRESS OF LARA.- While the new governor of the state Lara, Adolfo Pereirapromises do not remove the electrical power supply in the entity, the candidate list of the PSUV, Francisco Ameliach, was shown this Thursday with a by transformers “for the people” Larense.
“Going out for Lara with transformers for the town. We will win! “, Ameliach wrote through the social network Twitter.
Francisco Ameliach is one of the candidates list of United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), facing the parliamentarians on December 6 to renew the National Assembly.
Last Sunday, during the electoral drill responded to all those leaders who have described it as a “imported“within the elections.
“I am a national candidate, and the one who says that is because he does not know what the functions of the National Assembly of Venezuela are. I am not from Lara, I am from Carabobo; but, I am Venezuelan and I am going to the AN to defend the homeland” Ameliach blurted out.
Lara government responds to electricity crisis
In Lara state, electrical outages They have affected the quality of life of its inhabitants since the blackout at the national level that occurred on March 7, 2019.
“We can meet the demand and not remove the electricity“was the statement made by Adolfo Pereira, governor of Lara state, indicating that the entity is installing two self-generation plants to produce 30 megawatts and thus not interrupt the electricity service.