Guaidó states that Venezuelans will receive Christmas in difficult times »
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó said Friday that Venezuelans will receive Christmas in "difficult times", since preparing the typical dishes of the time and making purchases of new gifts or clothing is something "uphill" and "entails many sacrifices ».
«Today we have a more unequal country with privileges for an increasingly small and debased elite.Making halacas, preparing dinner, buying premieres (clothes), sound uphill, entails many sacrifices or the idea is almost nostalgic, ”he said in a video shared on his Twitter account.
Guaidó said that the government of Nicolás Maduro wanted to "sell the misleading idea that things are fine, but Venezuelan families know what is happening".
"There are more than six million (of Venezuelans) that today are out of our land, there are millions of families that must pass these dates to distance, with a voice message, a call, to try to feel close to those we love", he added.
He indicated that from the Antichavista block they have assumed the role of "surviving, getting ahead to achieve what Venezuela wants and needs a democratic and constitutional change".
"Only in democracy we can live well, with progress, for the reunion of our people, again Christmas together," he added.
The Special Representative of the United Nations Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IIM) for refugees and migrants in Venezuela, Eduardo Stein, said December 19 that “there will be 8.9 millionof refugees and migrants from Venezuela in 17 countries for December 2022 ».