Agencies | LARA’S PRESS – Journalist Daniel Murolo reported that this Saturday afternoon a protest is reported on the Pan-American highway due to the lack of gasoline, he reviewedThe National.
Murolo He explained that the demonstration takes place at the height of Los Nuevos Teques.
“Those who were waiting at the gas station were blocked when they learned that the gasoline had run out,” Murolo wrote on Twitter.
He assured that due to the protest, several vehicles are returning. “Vehicles trapped by the protest on the Pan-American Highway are returned in the opposite direction to go out to the entrance of El Vigía. Vehicles that are going direction Los Teques be careful because they will get cars in the opposite direction.
He argued that “the left is responsible for the failure” of the country. Ambassador Daniel Scioli sent a message to express the discomfort it generated in the Alberto Fernández administration.
“The left responsible for the failure of that country returned to power,” Bolsonaro said. (Photo: EFE)
The President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro he again criticized the administration of Alberto Fernandez by stating that “it is rapidly moving towards a regime similar to Venezuela.” The statements generated discomfort in the Government, so the ambassador Daniel scioli sent a message to manifest it.
“Even to the anger of many, the left responsible for that country’s failure returned to power. They are rapidly moving towards a regime similar to Venezuela, ”Bolsonaro said on Thursday in a Facebook Live broadcast after the visit to his country by the Vice President of the United States. Mike Pompeo.
After the sayings, at the request of the Chancellor Felipe Solá, Scioli sent a message to Planalto, the headquarters of the Government of Brazil, in which he expressed the discomfort of the Fernández administration over Bolsonaro’s expressions. “The President’s statements do not conform to good harmony and the commercial or economic ties that both countries are currently maintaining ”, the ambassador wrote as stated Infobae.
The relationship between the governments was tense from the beginning. They never held a bilateral summit and, as soon as Fernández won the PASO, Bolsonaro expressed through Twitter: “With the possible return of the group from the San Pablo Forum in Argentina, now people get their money out of the banks en masse.
To the expressions of the president of Brazil this Thursday are added those that his son, the national deputy, launched a month ago Eduardo Bolsonaro whopublished a message in which he said that his father “was right when he predicted that the situation in Argentina would turn into a calamity” from the mandatory isolation due to coronavirus.
In the publication, the legislator attached a video of a speech by Fernández in which he stated that businessmen “had to earn less” due to the crisis that caused the pandemic and wrote: “Look at these testimonies from Argentine citizens and see how the country was destroyed by his socialist government in a few months”.
After the criticism, Fernández answered in dialogue with TN: “The Bolsonaro family is very concerned for me and for Argentina.” In the same sense, he considered that they should be asked why they have this position towards him and the government he heads and clarified that, despite the strong political differences, the relationship with Brazil is “indissoluble”. It is Argentina’s second trading partner, after China.
Ambassador Scioli affirmed this week that “a sustained recovery” in trade between the two countries began and was optimistic about “promoting” better business between the two nations. The Argentina-Brazil bilateral balance for the period January-August 2020 registered a Brazilian surplus of US $ 275 million In the accumulated until August of this year, the country’s exports to Brazil reached US $ 4,846 million FOB, with an interannual contraction of 31%.
The first Bitcoin satellite node installed in Venezuela It facilitates permanent access to that network without an internet connection, the startup Cryptobuyer reported this September 25 through a message posted on Twitter.
According to its publication on Medium, the Bitcoin satellite node is connected to the Blockstream satellite network, launched by the Bitcoin infrastructure.
The satellite node was deployed by the Venezuelan Aníbal Garrido, CEO of @AnibalCripto, with the assistance of Álvaro Pérez, programmer from Valencia, Carabobo state. Cryptobuyer provided financial and logistical support, reports the Correo del Orinoco web portal.
Pérez stressed that they downloaded the whole blockchain and made the first transaction through a Bitcoin satellite node in Venezuela on September 23 from the city of Valencia.
“We receive bitcoins through the satellite connection without any internet connection. It was a moment of great achievement ”, underlined the Programmer.
Bitcoin from Venezuela
The launch of the Bitcoin satellite node is the first step in an alliance between Cryptobuyer and Blockstream in Venezuela.
The installation of additional nodes will continue in Caracas, the capital of the country, and in Bolívar state (in the south of the country), to later offer national coverage.
Bitcoin users in the vicinity of the satellite nodes will connect through local mesh networks.
Digital money available 24 hours
“Having a digital money system always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, independent of the local Internet infrastructure, is now a reality,” said Anibal Garrido, CEO of AnibalCripto.
He also added that “With this development, we are no longer subject to requirements such as the use of an Internet Service Provider (ISP), which may attempt to break the principles of privacy and decentralization that are the foundations of this cypherpunk technology.”
Blockstream Satellite broadcasts the Bitcoin blockchain from space, providing the opportunity to use Bitcoin regardless of your internet connection.
Jennifer Orozco | THE PRESS OF LARA.- Drug, dollars and a gun. A 59-year-old man alias “Javivi”, was detained by FAES officials, after allegedly distributing narcotic substances and go armed.
Elijah Moubayed, he was arrested at west of Barquisimeto. According to the police source, the man was circulating on the main avenue of Andrés Eloy Blanco, when he was called to stop at a control point of the FAES. The man got nervous and didn’t want to stop, until he finally stopped the vehicle.
After reviewing him in the system and presenting a criminal record, the uniformed officers checked the car where he was. The man allegedly among his belongings was carrying a revolver firearm, caliber 22 millimeters with five new ammunition, inside a bandit-type bag were 64 plastic bags that allegedly contained cocaine weighing 123 grams and about 20 dollars in “single” most of the bills were $ 1.
Presumably the man had already been reported under his alias “Javivi”, as the person in charge of trade drugs in the west zone. The officials also detained his vehicle, a Red Tint and a cell phone through which he supposedly attended to his alleged clients.
Moubayed also has two records for this crime, one from 1985 and the other from 1991, both from the state of Anzoátegui, where he was arrested by the “petejota.” In Barquisimeto he also paid jail for a culpable homicide on the road, where according to the file, he killed a teenager in front of the Las Pulgas market, on Florencio Jiménez Avenue, while driving a Bronco truck at full speed and in a drunken state, in 2007.
Uniformed officers assure that they are investigating in the area, if there is any criminal gang operating allied to aka “Javivi”, of sale of narcotics, since recent complaints have been received for this crime, especially in the trade between young people and adolescents in Andrés Eloy Blanco and nearby areas.
(EFE) – The Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, acknowledged this Wednesday, when intervening in the UN General Assembly, Venezuelan emigration, which his Government denied for a long time, and which, he claimed, occurred “For economical reasons”.
“As a direct consequence of the coercive, unilateral and economic aggression measures imposed by the United States Government Our people have, temporarily, a process of emigration of citizens, fundamentally for economic reasons, ”Maduro said in a previously recorded broadcast.
Despite the fact that the president did not mention any specific number of emigrants who left due to the prolonged economic and social crisis that Venezuela is experiencing, the UN has encrypted about five million people those who have had to leave the Caribbean country in search of a better future.
Colombia is the country that has received the most Venezuelans, with about 1.7 million, according to the latest data from the immigration authorities. In addition, the common border was crossed daily by some 35,000 people before the pandemic, many of whom came to the Andean country as a transit nation to other destinations or to settle permanently.
“Wave of returns”
However, Maduro assured that Venezuela “Faces a wave of voluntary returns” which, according to government figures, is around 70,000, many of which They come from “countries with very high levels of contagion” of COVID-19 such as Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile or Brazil.
That return, in his opinion, is based on several reasons, among which he cited “The systematic violation of Human Rights, anachronistic and xenophobic policies” against migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced them to return to their country of origin when they were left without a job and, therefore, without economic resources.
Until now, the Government had denied this process of exodus to other countries and even the president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), Diosdado Cabello, came to affirm that the photos of migrants on the continent were “a montage”.
“Doesn’t it seem suspicious that there are photos in Peru (of Venezuelans) walking along the side of the road? In Ecuador, in Colombia (…) it seems that this was lights, cameras, action. They get them off the buses, they don’t let them ride and They leave them anywhere, they have no choice (but to walk) and that’s the shot they take“, Affirmed the considered number two of the chavismo.
Faced with the current situation of return, The opposition has denounced that the Government has prevented the return of thousands of VenezuelansSome of them have been waiting for months in various countries for the Maduro Executive to authorize a flight that allows them to return.
Maduro hints at corruption in the care of migrants
For his part, Maduro wondered “what has been the reaction of the world that says it cares about Venezuela” to the situation of Venezuelans in the world and hinted that there has been corruption among those in charge of serving them.
“We wonder how it is possible, despite the huge amounts of dollars that have been given to these governments (of migrant-receiving countries) through extravagant donor-recruiting conferences for Venezuelan migrants, what did they do with that money“, Added the Venezuelan ruler.
And added another question: “Did governments steal it?”.
“We believe that we must rigorously review (…) the role that some United Nations agencies have been playing or some representatives of some agencies in these processes such as the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (Unhcr) or the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Again, as he did in his previous interventions, denounced the sanctions imposed by the United States on Venezuela and I claim the organization of a multipolar world in the face of the “alleged global dictatorship raised from the United States.”
As an example of this multilateral work, Maduro cited the World Health Organization (WHO) and its work during the pandemic.
“WHO should be an example of multilateralism that we need to strengthen, WHO must be an organization that acts and speaks faithfully, without yielding to pressure, extortion and attacks from the powerful, which confirms its moral authority, its scientific capacity and cooperation based on solidarity ”, he concluded.
(ANSA) – CARACAS, SEPTEMBER 24 – Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó virtually intervened on behalf of Venezuela in the 75th general session of the UN: the first to attack United States policy and the second to ask the international community to consider “appropriate actions” to restore freedom to Venezuelans.
In his speech Maduro accused the US of being “a threat to global peace” with its violations of the principles of international law and the United Nations Charter.
“We want to tell the supremacist government in Washington – he later said – that the world is watching it, and that it can still return to the rules of international law, overturning the discredit and malaise that its arbitrariness and arrogance cause”.
By continuing to follow the path of violating the UN charter, he continued, for the US there will be isolation, discredit and condemnation by the peoples “.
For his part, Guaidó, self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, reminded UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of his 2018 statement, according to which “the fundamental principles mean little if they are not applied when necessary”.
The opposing leader then underlined that with the help of international allies, mechanisms of “preventive diplomacy” have been used in recent years, but that “we have almost reached the end of the options available to solve the problem using peaceful and diplomatic mechanisms”.
Therefore, “today I ask the representatives of the member states to take responsibility for assisting the legitimate government of Venezuela in its mission to protect the Venezuelan people, and to consider a strategy that contemplates other options after the diplomatic path is exhausted. the moment – he concluded – for opportune and decisive actions “. (ANSA).
The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, acknowledged this Wednesday, when intervening in the UN General Assembly, the Venezuelan emigration, which his government denied for a long time, and which, he said, occurred “for economic reasons.”
“As a direct consequence of the coercive, unilateral measures and economic aggressions imposed by the United States Government on our people, there has been, temporarily, a process of emigration of citizens, fundamentally for economic reasons”, he claimed Mature on a previously recorded broadcast.
Despite the fact that the president did not mention any specific number of emigrants who left due to the prolonged economic and social crisis they are experiencing Venezuela, the HIM-HER-IT It has estimated about 5 million people who have had to leave the Caribbean country in search of a better future.
Colombia is the country that has received the most Venezuelans, with about 1.7 million, according to the latest data from immigration authorities. In addition, the common border was crossed daily by some 35,000 people before the pandemic, many of whom came to the Andean country as a transit nation to other destinations or to settle permanently.
“Wave of returns”
However, Mature assured that Venezuela “It faces a wave of voluntary returns” that, according to government figures, is around 70,000, many of which come “from countries with very high levels of contagion” of COVID-19 such as Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile or Brazil.
That return, in his opinion, is based on several reasons, among which he cited “the systematic violation of human rights, anachronistic and xenophobic policies” against migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced them to return to their country of origin when they are unemployed and, therefore, without financial resources.
Until now, the Government had denied this process of exodus to other countries and even the president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), Diosdado Cabello, went so far as to affirm that the photos of migrants across the continent were “a montage.”
“Isn’t it suspicious that there are photos in Peru (of Venezuelans) walking along the side of the road? In Ecuador, in Colombia (…) it seems that this was lights, cameras, action. They get off the buses, they do not let them ride and they leave them anywhere, they have no choice (but to walk) and that is the shot they do “affirmed the one considered number two in Chavismo.
Faced with the current situation of return, the opposition has denounced that the Government has prevented the return of thousands of Venezuelans, some of whom have been waiting for months in various countries for the Executive of Mature authorize a flight that allows them to return.
Maduro hints at corruption in the care of migrants
For its part, Mature he asked himself “What has been the reaction of the world that says it cares about Venezuela” before the situation of Venezuelans in the world and hinted that there has been corruption among those who are in charge of serving them.
“We wonder how it is possible, despite the huge amounts of dollars that have been given to these governments (of migrant-receiving countries) through extravagant donor-recruiting conferences for Venezuelan migrants, what they did with that money.”, added the Venezuelan ruler.
And added another question “Did governments steal it from you?”.
“We believe that it is necessary to rigorously review (…) the role that some United Nations agencies or some representatives of some agencies have been playing in these processes, such as the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (Acnur) or the International Organization for Migration (IOM) “, he expressed.
Again, as he did in his previous interventions, he denounced the sanctions imposed by the United States on Venezuela and I claim the organization of a multipolar world in the face of the “alleged global dictatorship raised from the United States.”
As an example of this multilateral work, Maduro cited the World Health Organization (WHO) and its work during the pandemic.
“The WHO must be an example of multilateralism that we need to strengthen, the WHO must be an organization that acts and speaks faithfully, without bowing to pressure, extortion and attacks from the powerful, which confirms its moral authority, its scientific capacity and cooperation based on solidarity “, he concluded.
The Strategic Operational Commander of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (CEOFANB), A / J Remigio Ceballos Ichaso, reported this Thursday that they are conducting military exercises with the reinforced infantry battalions at the Army Training Center, while explaining that they are also they carry out combat, fire and close air support exercises with the Bolivarian Military Aviation in different aircraft, to guarantee the defense, sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country.
“The FANB is in permanent struggle and combat against armed groups, irregular, terrorists, paramilitaries and criminal organizations that are in our territory,” he said.
In the 360 ° program broadcast by Venezolana de Televisión (VTV), he stressed that the Bolivarian National Militia has more than 4,500,000 militiamen, 1,157 Integral Defense Groups, 14,383 Popular Bases of Integral Defense and more than 51,000 Popular Units deployed in 8 strategic regions and 28 Operational Zones, which ensure territorial integrity.
“Our FANB will not rest in the permanent combat against any armed group that tries to tread our geographical space to seize our mineral resources, we will fight with force all those who intend to disturb the Peace of the Homeland,” he warned.
He recalled that a military exercise is also being carried out on the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho highway, in connection with the celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (CEOFANB).
The actions are carried out at the Caiza Park where a counterattack is simulated with the participation of at least 2,000 men from the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, the Bolivarian National Militia and Citizen Security Organizations.
Regarding the parliamentary elections, he reported that the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) is fulfilling the task for the deployment of the Republic Plan for the December 6 elections and all that is the military defense and maintenance of internal order. .
He stressed that Venezuela will obtain a successful elections, where the country’s sovereignty will be ratified, while emphasizing that the FANB will guarantee compliance with Article 5 of the Constitution, which is the full exercise of sovereignty that is executed through the Magna Carta and suffrage.
He explained that the Republic Plan will be deployed in the more than 14,000 voting centers in the country.
The Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces was created as the highest strategic planning and control body on September 26, 2005 by Commander Hugo Chávez Frías.
With the aim of protecting and guaranteeing the right to health of the Venezuelan people, in Caracas, the National Vaccination Plan was deployed since September 15, which has 138 points for the care of children from 0 to 5 years old and pregnant women for free.
These vaccination points will be serving the Caracas people from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm in the 22 parishes of the capital, these days will be led by the Popular Prevention Brigades composed of Barrio Adentro Salud, vaccinators, Venezuelan Institute of Social Security (IVSS), health committees, community leaders, health promoters, United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), representatives of Homes of the Homeland and Humanized Birth.
This vaccination plan in the capital region contemplates applying 8 vaccines; BCG against meningitis and tuberculosis, HBV against hepatitis B. Polio and Pentavalent, both vaccines are given in children of 2, 4 and 6 months, and protect them from Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B and Hemophilia Influenza, which is one of the causes of pneumonia and myringitis.
Understanding that these vaccination activities are taking place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Revolutionary Government and the Mayor’s Office of the Bolivarian Libertador Municipality have designed a security system in which all established prevention and biosecurity measures are respected. .
That is why each representative of the children who come to be vaccinated must wear their respective mask, maintain physical distance and avoid crowds.
It was detailed that 1-year-old children are receiving the vaccine against Yellow Fever and MMR (Measles, Rubella and Mumps). For their part, the 5-year-old infants are given the Polio and Pentavalent reinforcement.
Let us remember that vaccination, after breastfeeding, is the most important act of immunization in life, and annually prevents around three million deaths worldwide, according to a press release from the Mayor’s Office of Caracas.
The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, said this Thursday that the elections scheduled for December 6 in the country could constitute a “feasible solution” to the “terrible” situation the country is going through if international rights are respected and has an important international observation.
In a series of statements made during an event organized by the Atlantic Council, the opposition leader specified that five conditions are necessary for this: “the right to choose and be elected, the establishment of an election schedule, the election of the referee, the National Electoral Council (CNE), which guarantees the non-persecution and the inclusion of an international observation ”of weight.
Thus, it has indicated that this must also proceed to the release of “all political prisoners in the country, who should not be used as exchange tokens”, and return the parties to their “legitimate leaders, today kidnapped by the dictatorship”. “The inclusion of all the Venezuelan people must be guaranteed,” he insisted before stressing the importance of both the Organization of American States (OAS) and the European Union (EU) sending observation missions.
“They are fundamental elements,” said Guaidó, who underlined that it is also important that the CNE is elected by the National Assembly and that audits be established before and after the elections. It has also asked to address the use of the Armed Forces in the framework of the electoral process.
In this sense, he recalled that the Venezuelan people continue to demonstrate against the “dictatorship” despite the strong political, economic, health and humanitarian crisis that the Caribbean country is going through, especially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has left 30 percent mortality among health workers.
Thus, it has once again accused the president, Nicolás Maduro, of obtaining financing through illicit activities, such as drug trafficking, “blood gold” and the destruction of the Amazon, through the “ethnocide of indigenous populations and ancestral communities.” .
Guaidó’s words coincide with the announcement by the European Union (EU) about the sending of a diplomatic mission to Caracas to discuss with the Government and the Venezuelan opposition the postponement of the legislative elections in order that they have the requisites minimal electoral numbers, including international observers.
Rafael Garanzo, director general of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Latin America and the Caribbean, has reiterated that the Government is in contact with the Venezuelan opposition and has clarified that the purpose of the EU to send a “technical mission” to Venezuela is to see if it is possible to “reach an agreement to achieve an improvement in electoral conditions.” Garanzo has explained in turn that the mission in question will meet with the parties waiting to obtain a “positive” result.
NATIONAL EMERGENCY GOVERNMENT
For his part, Guaidó has once again pointed out the importance of establishing a national emergency government that “guarantees the institutions and guarantees of a process that leads to a solution to the conflict in Venezuela.”
“This is a fight against the dictatorship, against the xenophobia of the regime against its own citizens,” he said, although he stressed that we must act “prudently.” “We must talk about the mechanisms of the international community in the face of crimes against humanity, of protecting the Venezuelan people while the people themselves organize,” he added.
Guaidó, who has affirmed that the population continues to fight “always from non-violence” and “the Constitution” and has stressed that the humanitarian emergency must be addressed as soon as possible. “We must not wait for the transition to serve the 7 million Venezuelans who are outside the country,” he said.
Regarding the report presented by United Nations investigators that denounces crimes against humanity perpetrated by the Government of Venezuela, the opposition leader has insisted that the important thing is that justice be done, that it be “prosecuted for violating Human Rights,” guarantee “non-repetition”, that “compensation to the victims is achieved and the emergency is addressed, that these crimes stop.”
“The report on Human Rights collects heartbreaking testimony, which includes torture of pregnant women in cells. It is important that justice is done, it is not just to make visible ”, she said.
As he has stated, this is the first time in Latin America that “an acting dictator who usurps functions is accused of committing crimes against humanity.” “This should lead us to reflection because it has a chair in the UN Human Rights Council,” he said.
For his part, the Venezuelan opposition leader Julio Borges has once again accused the Government of assassinating the opposition Fernando Albán, who according to the official version rushed from the window of the tenth floor of Helicoide, SEBIN headquarters in Caracas, just when it was going to be transferred to the court, in which he would have pointed to a suicide.
“(Fernando) was with us at the UN and at the end of the sessions of the National Assembly, he returned to Venezuela, was arrested at the airport and disappeared. Then he was found dead at the headquarters of the political police because he had committed suicide ”, he lamented.
However, he has denounced that he was “brutally tortured to incriminate the other crimes of terrorism.” “It is not an exception, there are thousands of Venezuelans who suffer any type of persecution,” he warned.
On this issue, he clarified that the problem is not a “dictatorship that affects a small population of the country, (…) but a totalitarian regime that has destroyed 100 percent of the country.” “That is why we have so many refugees and a systematically generalized program of human rights violations, which is increasing day by day,” he added.
Thus, he pointed out that “the worst that can happen in Venezuela is that nothing happens, that the people get used to death, torture and poverty in one of the richest countries in America.” Finally, he has demanded free elections and has urged not to validate Maduro’s “fraud” on December 6.