April 4, 2019 2:10 PM
Updated on April 4, 2019 2:33 PM
Juan Guaidó, interim president of Venezuela, assured Thursday that Nicolás Maduro is unable to do the rationing of electricity in the country.
"A ration plan that was simple because it announced states, days, and hours. Not even that the regime could do," Guaidó said at a press conference.
On Twitter, the opposition leader said that the ruling parties "are unable to restore electricity, they have sacrificed states to continue serving in Caracas."
The responsible president repeated the invitation to Venezuelans to participate in Operation Freedom this Saturday, April 6.
"It is the beginning of Operation Libertad, the beginning of the lifting of usurpation where we are all actors of change. We do not ask or do not wait, we act," he said.
.i @jguaido: They do not have the capacity to restore the electrical light. They have sacrificed states to maintain the service in Caracas. Connect in #TVVenezuela by: https://t.co/RjwrdU3uuO pic.twitter.com/tvxitjs0Nq
– TVVenezuela News (@TVVnoticias) April 4, 2019