The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, summoned the public employees of the country to march on May 1 against the Bolivarian Government.
In a video circulating on social networks, the opposition deputy assured that it will be “the most multitudinous march that has ever been seen in Venezuela.”
At the same time, he invited state workers to attend their offices with an element that manifests “rebellion”, as for example, a sign supporting his candidacy.
This is the video in question.
#25Abr El presidente encargado, @jguaido, invitó a todos los empleados públicos a participar en la manifestación convocada para el próximo 1 de mayo. #TVVNoticias #TVVenezuela pic.twitter.com/1iipacfQYo
— TVV Noticias (@TVVnoticias) April 25, 2019
This will be the Self Proclaimed’s second attempt to court the support of public workers. And this is also the 8th attempt by the Self-proclaimed to have a successful D-Day to finally get rid of “Maduro’s dictatorship” which have shadowed his ephemeral “presidency”.
May 1st is May Day or International Workers’ Day, a day chosen by the 1904 Second International to demonstrate for an 8 hour working day, for the class demands of the proletariat, and for peace. It is important to highlight that the US is the only country in the world that do not celebrate it because it commemorates the Haymarket Massacre, which occurred in that country.
Translated by: EF/JRE
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