President Venezuelan: 4F was a revolutionary rebellion against the oligarchy and imperialism | News
The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, asserted this Friday that the rebellion of February 4, 1992 had an anti-oligarchic and anti-imperialist character, which served as a basis and awakened what would lead to the Bolivarian Revolution.
People of Venezuela take to the streets to commemorate 30 years of 4F
"February 4 was a revolutionary, Bolivarian and humanist rebellion against the corrupt oligarchy and against the imperialism of the International Monetary Fund," said the president, after a large mobilization in Caracas, the Venezuelan capital, for the 30th anniversary of that feat.
In addition, he paid tribute to the fallen and recognized all the people who bravely faced the dark reality that Venezuela was experiencing.
The president recalled the national and international context of three decades ago, when imperialism advanced throughout the world, within the framework of the fall of the socialist camp and the neoliberal policies promoted in Venezuela by then President Carlos Andrés Pérez.
“30 years have passed since the day of the awakening of consciousness, 30 years of a difficult history, 30 years of a historical deed of great battles. But I can say 30 years later, in the spirit of Commander (Hugo) Chávez, Commander, here is the people of Venezuela in permanent revolution, in rebellion! ”, He assured.
The head of state spoke about other important historical moments before and after February 4, 1992, such as El Caracazo in 1989, and the coming to power of Commander Chávez in the December 1998 elections.
Likewise, he highlighted the principle defended by Commander Chavez of achieving Venezuelan political and economic independence through peace.
"From the Venezuela of February 27, February 4, 1992, of the armed confrontation, Chávez built, together with our people, a path for peace, for democratic progress, for the empowerment of the people," he said, adding that this wish has been fulfilled after 29 elections.
30 years of that "For Now" that forever changed the history of Venezuela, thanks to our Cmdte. Chavez and the brave soldiers of "Operation Zamora." the rebelliousness of that #4F today it is more alive than ever in our town, sign with the Pdte. @NicolasMaduro. pic.twitter.com/v8DPiJyWHd
– Delcy Rodríguez (@delcyrodriguezv)
February 4, 2022
Welfare for the people
Similarly, the Executive emphasized that the Bolivarian Revolution will continue to support and improve the living conditions of citizens.
"How much history we have lived through, how much resistance. From Venezuela emanates an example of a people that has surprised the world and that will continue to surprise it," he commented.
President Maduro announced the delivery for this year of 500,000 new homes, which would add a total of 4,400,000 million assigned homes.
In addition, he affirmed that they will continue to consolidate the Barrio Adentro program, free and quality education and the Patria platform.
For his part, the vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, recalled those who fell on February 4, 1992 and added "those of us who left that day feel that it was worth it."
In addition, he expressed, the people recognize them "like those of us who went out with Chavez to put our chests to the darkness when there was no light anywhere."
Other protagonists of February 4 intervened in the act, such as Commander Francisco Arias Cárdenas, who stressed that the commitment of the Bolivarian revolutionaries must be "to give the daily and incessant battle of service and it is up to us to continue the path of hope that Chávez left us. ”.
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