Savage Capitalism Will Not Return to Venezuela: President Maduro

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“What comes is a time of growth, prosperity, well-being, peace, and happiness,” he stated.

On Saturday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro continued his electoral campaign in Yaritagua, Yaracuy state, where he assured that he would not allow “savage capitalism” to return to the country.

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“The people will respond with more democracy, socialism, and revolution to the attempt by the oligarchy and its worn-out fascist ideology to return to power,” said the presidential candidate supported by the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and the Great Patriotic Pole.

“If someone asks what Chavismo is, we respond that we are a great family full of love for the homeland. We are the majority, we are joy, and we are the people of Hugo Chavez,” he added, inviting those who profess other political ideologies to work for better times for Venezuela.

“With our victory on July 28, we will open the doors to a beautiful era of happiness and sovereignty. Venezuela needs a new revolution, and I will make it happen with the support of the people,” the Bolivarian leader said, referring to the presidential elections to be held at the end of this month.

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He also recalled that, in the worst moment of the U.S. economic war against Venezuela, his administration created the Local Supply and Production Committees (CLAP), which have allowed this South American country to achieve food self-sufficiency.

“The worst time is behind us. Now what comes is a time of growth, prosperity, well-being, peace, and happiness,” Maduro said, noting that the lowest inflation in the last 39 years was achieved in June.

“On July 28, revolutionaries and patriots will have a date with history. That day there will be a battle between those who love Venezuela and those who called for sanctions against the homeland, between those who want peace and those who created violent urban groups that burned people alive, and between all Venezuelans and the puppets of the gringo empire,” the Bolivarian leader stressed.

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