MADURO FIRES ELECTRICITY MINISTER AFTER DEVASTATING BLACKOUTS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

MADURO FIRES ELECTRICITY MINISTER AFTER DEVASTATING BLACKOUTS

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro announced that he had replaced the country’s electricity minister amid a string of three nationwide blackouts that sparked protests against the lack of basic services including water supply.

Reuters quoted Maduro as saying the new minister is an electrical engineer. This, however, is unlikely to help much with the root causes of the crisis, which some observers have attributed to years of underinvestment in power plants and the grid. Maduro himself blamed the first blackout on the United States, calling it sabotage.

The news about the new appointment follows an announcement from earlier this week that electricity will be rationed for at least a month following the third blackout in a month. The rationing, Maduro said, will help the authorities deal with the consequences of the power outages.

According to a recent Reuters survey, Venezuela’s production fell by 150,000 bpd as a result of the blackouts, adding to an ongoing decline resulting from a lack of maintenance and seriously aggravated by the U.S. sanctions targeting Venezuela’s oil industry specifically as the main revenue generator for the Maduro government.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder, just what Guaido is planning for his "uprisings" later this month; in light of the fact that Russian troops have arrived in Venezuela, he most probably will not have the advantage of "American boots on the ground when this starts.

Also, he does NOT have the support of Venezuela's military; anything henceforward planned by his "Advisors" in the West, runs a monstrous risk of going Mammary Glands Vertical.

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