On the 30th anniversary of the uprising of young officers led by Hugo Chávez and the Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement-200 on February 4, 1992, a gathering of Chavistas will be held this Friday in Caracas.
The governor of Miranda state, Héctor Rodríguez, commented that the mobilization will also serve to remind Venezuelans of the reason for that uprising, and encourage Venezuelan youth to remember the rebellion as a social struggle.
Caracas se moviliza para conmemorar Rebelión del 4Fhttps://t.co/vgKlX675Gi
— Agencia Venezuela News (@Agencia_VN) February 2, 2022
“It was a rebellion of the young military officers against the Punto Fijo pact, against capitalism and imperialism,” Rodríguez said. The 4F rebellion targeted the neoliberal regime of former president Carlos Andrés Perez, a notorious human rights violator, particularly during the 1989 Caracazo tragedy.
The demonstration will reaffirm Venezuelans’ commitment to build the free homeland that Hugo Chávez Frías dreamed of, Rodríguez said.
More details will be provided about the mobilization via press releases, said Rodríguez.
Featured image: PSUV leader and governor of Miranda state, Hector Rodriguez next to a poster with the image of Hugo Chávez. File photo by Twitter/@PartidoPSUV.
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