November 10, 2018 12:52
Updated on November 10, 2018 13:27
Residents of the El Milagro sector in the state of Valera Trujillo created a long queue for the purchase of domestic gas this Saturday.
Conrado Pérez, deputy of the National Assembly, explained via Twitter that people remain at the Jesús Obrero church to fill gas bottles.
"Only together can we get out of this tragedy in which our favorite Venezuela is sunk," he added.
There have been protests in several areas of the state due to a shortage of gas supplies, so the citizens of the villages went to the streets and voiced their complaints.
In #ElMilagro #Valera the town shouts home gas. Queues and queues of people outside the Church of Jesus Obrero. Poor leadership is not interested in the welfare of people. Only together can we get out of this tragedy in which our beloved is sunk #Venezuela, pic.twitter.com/JnoEoD14Ml
– Conrado Pérez L (@ConradoPerezL) November 10, 2018