This Saturday, June 5th, students from all Venezuela and civil society began a demonstration in fifteen states of the country with the aim of reiterating: their rejection of Nicolás Maduro’s regime, reclaiming freedom, to put an end to the crisis, and to restore the quality of life of Venezuelans.
The protest called “Route through Venezuela” was led by the Confederation of Students of Venezuela (CONFEV) and was carried out in the city of Caracas, and the states Zulia, Lara, Nueva Esparta, Bolívar, Anzoátegui, Mérida, Carabobo, Monagas, Sucre, Barinas, Trujillo, Yaracuy, Falcón and Delta Amacuro.
The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó has supported the call for mobilization by the students and demonstrated his support and commitment to the fight for the recovery of democracy.
The national leader reaffirmed that all sectors of the country are working together with the sole purpose of saving Venezuela from the dictatorship.
“The Venezuelan leadership, unions, civil society and youth are united for Venezuela,” he said through his Twitter account, assuring that saving the country is saving the university and creating a possibility of a secure future for the next generations.
Guaidó sent a message to Nicolás Maduro’s regime in rejection of the constant blockades that tried to prevent the development of the protests, stating that the movement is throughout the country and they will not be able to stop it.
The Confederation of Students of Venezuela reiterated that they will continue to make visible and denounce the serious crisis that Venezuela is experiencing, connected from the streets of the country with all political and social sectors.
“La Ruta por Venezuela aims to become a civic, peaceful and inclusive national movement. The struggle is to achieve the goal that all Venezuelans want and that is to improve our country,” he said.