June 14, 2019 5:44 pm
Updated on June 14, 2019 6:12 PM
Government groups have accused a group of women on Friday morning attending a protest call by the former Compostler Caracas' counselors and the Friends Amplione de Mujeres.
When the citizens, led by Adriana Aguilera and Maribel Castillo, approached the Guaiyaipuro Market, the government threatened them with throwing stones and tearing gas. The situation occurred despite the presence of officials from the Bolivarian National Police.
"A group of callers are waiting for us with weapons, sticks, stones and even tear gas bombs given to them by the PDB to prevent us from denouncing the hunger in Venezuela," said Aguilera. His partner Maribel Castillo is wounded by the antisocial.
Aguilera condemned that Venezuelan family needed more than 30 minimum wages to cover the basic basket.
Dandy Amplio de Mujeres Caracas Dinosaurs Hunger in Venezuela "
The main victims of the economic crisis is that women are living today because they are not able to feed their children. The Venezuelan family needs more than 30 minimum salaries to cover the basic basket. pic.twitter.com/WTYzi9jKon
– Adriana Aguilera Rojas (@Aaguilerarojas) June 14, 2019
With press release information