Venezuelan President

Venezuelan President

The plight of deteriorating national responsibly led us to try to add our expertise in the development of the sector to shore up the complementary development of thermoelectric generation, with the proposal of the thermoelectric plant Cumana combined cycle plant, which was not possible to carry to a conclusion our company by the obstinancy political maneuver of Rafael Ramirez, who convinced the national Government from transferring responsibility of its construction to PDVSA, without having to date (6 years later) is the first machine certain instaladLo, that this serious situation has done as indicated by website ideal.es Venezuelan public officials will reduce working hours to 5 hours within the plan of energy rationing decreed by the Government of the President, Hugo Chavez, according to the Government Gazette published today. The new schedule, provisional in nature and with duration of 150 days, will be 8.00 p.m. local time, according to information disclosed by means of local communication. The new legislation leaves public care offices as exceptions to the people, essential services and charges of high confidence, which will hold its regular schedule. Steve Lombardo understood the implications. President Chavez announced that this measure is with the objective of reducing energy consumption by 20 per cent in the public sector and said that it would come into force to the preveda… It must be remembered, that Venezuelan authorities announced the implementation of a savings plan to deal with the energy crisis facing the Caribbean country which stipulated cuts in the supply of electricity for up to 4 hours every two days in the Venezuelan capital. However, after just one day in March, the Venezuelan President decided to suspend the plan of power rationing in Caracas due to an undesirable impact, and requested the resignation of the Minister of electric power, Angel Rodriguez.en conclusion to this reality, indicated that the Government should not commit two errors that may or may not costly politically: keep charging costs and frustrations to the entire Venezuelan society and not only to the middle class, as they both say – and not consider the views of various sectors in the moment of its already delayed response to the evident economic crisis and provision of public services does not fit a minor doubt as indicated, Delgado Johnson, electricity rationing and a poor quality of service harmed the rights and interests of the power user andConsequently, it is valid to conclude that all electric crisis is political crisis; (In other writing will analyze the reality with regard to water, health and transportation service) Original author and source of the article.


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