Let’s Go for More Transformations for Venezuela: President Maduro

He reaffirmed the fundamental role that the Bolivarian National Armed Forces plays in the country’s development.

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro visited the Petare parish in Miranda state, where he urged his compatriots to stay mobilized to achieve a great victory in the presidential elections on July 28.


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“On July 28, Venezuela wins. The old savage capitalism will not return! We are aiming for more transformations for Venezuela!” the Bolivarian leader said before thousands of citizens who gathered to see him.

During a visit to the Sucre parish in Miranda state, the Venezuelan President delivered five comprehensive diagnostic centers and an integral rehabilitation room (SRI).

Hours later, during the graduation ceremony of various promotions of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), Maduro reaffirmed the fundamental role that the FANB plays in Venezuelan development.

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The text reads, “Venezuela is and will continue to be hope and peace. And all thanks to our president Nicolas Maduro.”

“The Bolivarian National Armed Forces are the backbone in the construction of a new State, of peace, and stability,” he said and recalled some heroes of the Venezuelan independence struggles like Jose Leonardo Chirino and Francisco de Miranda.

“Venezuela is at peace, stable, united and dreaming of a great future, which promises independence, well-being and happiness,” the Bolivarian leader stated.

In the afternoon on Sunday, Maduro used social media to congratulate the French left for its victory in the legislative elections, in which Marine Le Pen’s far-right party was relegated to third place.

“Congratulations to the New Popular Front that achieved a great historic victory in the parliamentary elections in France,” he said and greeted the French people, social movements, and their popular forces “for this important civic day that strengthens unity and peace. Receive a big Bolivarian hug from Venezuela.”

#Venezuela, Caracas | Civic-military parade for the 213th anniversary of the signing of the act of declaration of independence and Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) Day. pic.twitter.com/bEhtLxmqA7

— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) July 5, 2024