Venezuela – Start Rolling on Smooth Rut after Replacement of Chavez’s Draconian Regime
Venezuela is an independent country in South America. Francisco de Miranda liberated citizens of Venezuela in 1811. The massive earth tremor or land slide in 1812 jolted the normal lifestyles in this country. History of Venezuela glorifies the bravery of Miranda and political revolution with compact social reforms to make this country powerful. However, Venezuela has also been banged by a severe recession with erosion in the financial market. The political situation in Venezuela is not stable but it fluctuates.
Food Crisis in Venezuela Becoming Severe
Food crisis in Venezuela seems to be uninterrupted for indefinite time due to the lack of management with poor government policy. Hungry children and women with empty stomachs rally in the streets of Cumaná to ask for specks of bread and water to get back energy. They dried faces prove the long lasting poverty, humiliation and malnutrition in this city. Food storage rooms are either empty or locked by government. The food scarcity is doubling when pilferage and insurgency know no limits.
Hope for Development and Prosperity – Venezuela Has Been Liberated from Autocracy
Latest developments in Caracas bring new remedies to people for survival. The opposition party in Venezuela is supposed to have political power superseding Hugo Chavez who started Bolivarian revolt in 1999. Chavez’s opposition party has got two third majorities to end the era of Chavez in Venezuela. Democratic Unity Table DUT is the opposition party which collected total 112 seats to defeat Maduro. There will be a new flexible and welfare constitution with vast scope for social reforms. Maduro is a bad political leader. He must go back to his home leaving the headquarters to the opposition leaders for peace. MUD party members will change the electorate process and the administrative machinery by removing incompetent personnel. Judges who are corrupted will be sacked or punished. Through fair referendum, party leaders will be elected to form the government in upcoming days. The leftist government has no excuses to convince million people who have had such an unbearable financial crisis. Children in Venezuela are neglected. They don’t have nutritious food and drinkable water to grow healthy. Basic amenities are totally absent. Government employees are not fair with ill purposes to take bribes. The communal forces, drug peddlers and insurgents are creating chaos to put the whole nation in the point of no return (cul-de-sac). Maduro is not a Samaritan but a rascal with little humanity to showcase. The deadlock in hydrocarbon, oil, gas, mining, cement and metallurgy industries will be removed through foreign investment. The economic development will be faster through the significant reforms. The poverty level will be tackled by providing financial aids, and accessories to young people to be self employed. Inflation will not be permitted to rise alarmingly. The good plan with perfect management must be needed to fuel up the economic improvement and social reform in Venezuela.
America Appreciated Change in Venezuela
John Kerry, US secretary, has sent a messenger to Venezuela to appreciate the opposition leader to win in the election ending the 16 years autocratic regime of Chavez. President, Maduro has no right to hold sway to control the administration. Hillary Clinton is more enthusiastic on hearing the election results in Venezuela. She reiterated that once upon a time, Venezuela was the most powerful with plentiful of natural resources. Right now, this country has gone down because of mismanagement, corruption and lack of perfect leadership to regulate the country. The new government will change the Draconian law of Chavez. People in Venezuela will have more national currencies to buy food and educate their children. This liberation from slavery, autocracy, and exploitation will rejuvenate the country with wealth and natural resources. Large oil reservoirs and gas will be utilized. Due to the insurgency and disharmony in the administration, these natural resources were squandered by hooligans. The newly formed government must prevent such strategic crime boldly.
Venezuela will move holding the hands of Leopoldo Lopez who was given 14 years life imprisonment by the then Chavez’s administration for encouraging rebels to throw the leftist rulers. Lopez will be back with gorgeous vision of adding up the speed and mobility to the all round development process. Cheer up Venezuelans who will have new sunrise with bright prospects. The wife of Lopez, Lilian Tintori, was over hilarious and excited to cast vote for victory. Lopez is the jewel and the whole country is proud of having such a dynamic responsible leader. Venezuela must need a transition for decreasing corruption, controlling insurgency and preventing malnutrition. Economic recession will be managed by dealing with foreign traders. Maduro’s disappearance will be compensated with new glossy ministries and trained administrators to provide compact governance to civilians of Venezuela.