The deputy to the National Assembly, Piero Maroun, lamented that with the humanitarian crisis they suffer daily, Venezuelans have lost the Christmas spirit that characterized them every year when the Holiday dates arrived.
“There is no Christmas but a daily Stations of the Cross faced by Venezuelans. A country sunk in queues for gasoline, taken to the longing of embracing the family in the distance, with empty gas bottles, empty refrigerators and empty homes,” said Maroun in a message posted on his Twitter account.
The legislator recalled that before Maduro’s dictatorship, when December arrived, people, with their salary, could paint the house, buy clothes and toys for their children.
“They blew away the joy that was lived in this time of family reunion. Today they are only the memory of many and anecdotes for others,” he added.
However, he asked Venezuelans to continue fighting for a better future. “Many difficulties and great pain, but let’s not let resignation win.”