Venezuelan Deputy Of The National Assembly José Manuel González Wants To Take Back His Country From The Incompetent Socialist President

José Manuel González, the Deputy of the National Assembly in the state of Guárico, has been working hard to get Venezuela back into the swing of things politically and economically. But President Nicolas Maduro is doing everything he can to keep Venezuela under the control of his socialist- dictatorship. Maduro is the hand-picked successor of Hugo Chavez, the popular socialist leader that spent money freely on social programs. Chavez used the money the country received from oil exports to bring some of the nation’s poor people out of poverty, but he didn’t save any money for a rainy day. That rainy day came when the price of crude dropped, according to Mr. González, and Nicolas Maduro didn’t know how to make the necessary adjustments to keep the economy moving in the right direction.

Jose Manuel González is known as an agricultural entrepreneur as well as a National Assemblyman, so he has been in a bitter battle with the Maduro loyalists that have cut government employee hours, closed shopping malls and confiscated farms and businesses. González has proposed a national agreement to counter the failed Maduro policies, but that attempt has failed so far. Mr. González is one of the people that wants Maduro to accept help from countries like Colombia and Brazil, but Maduro claims Venezuela doesn’t need help. More than 100,000 women crossed the Colombian border recently in search of food for their children because the Maduro government has refused to allow imports into the country.

The Venezuelan economy is collapsing in front of the world’s eyes. The IMF recently put out a report that said inflation in Venezuela will hit 1,600 percent in 2017. Instead of listening to González and the other members of the National Assembly, Maduro has put the military in charge of distributing food and controlling the ports. Venezuela is on the verge of becoming the most violent country in the world. Caracas is now the most violent city in the world, according to González. But José Manuel González is not giving up. He believes the people will remove Maduro from office. He just doesn’t know when.

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