The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec2,2023 #crisis #Venezuelans
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Venezuelans are going through a very bad time.

Venezuelans are going through a very bad time.

The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

According to a recent study, 87% of Venezuelans said their income is not enough to cover basic food needs.

According to a recent study, 87% of Venezuelans said their income is not enough to cover basic food needs.

The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

That’s why, if they can buy it, they often take advantage of a lot of things like this.

That’s why, if they can buy it, they often take advantage of a lot of things like this.

The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

Supermarket shelves are often empty.

Supermarket shelves are often empty.

The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

Francisca Landaeta – a Venezuelan said: `We eat today and don’t know what we will have tomorrow. It’s terrible, I never thought the situation would reach this level.`

Francisca Landaeta – a Venezuelan said: `We eat today and don’t know what we will have tomorrow. It’s terrible, I never thought the situation would reach this level.`

The poor life of Venezuelans in crisis

Refrigerators don’t have much food left for Venezuelans.

Refrigerators don’t have much food left for Venezuelans.

A series of stores also had to put up `Out of bread` signs.

A series of stores also had to put up `Out of bread` signs.

Not only food, electricity and water are also in short supply here, mainly due to drought.

Not only food, electricity and water are also in short supply here, mainly due to drought.

Because of water shortage, people have to carry plastic bottles to get water from wells on the road.

Because of water shortage, people have to carry plastic bottles to get water from wells on the road.

Hospitals here are also in an unhygienic condition and lack medicine and equipment.

Hospitals here are also in an unhygienic condition and lack medicine and equipment.

Doctors at Luis Razetti Hospital also had to use water cans to support patients with broken legs.

Doctors at Luis Razetti Hospital also had to use water cans to support patients with broken legs.

That’s why protests have happened everywhere in Venezuela.

That’s why protests have happened everywhere in Venezuela.

The people want Mr. Maduro to resign.

The people want Mr. Maduro to resign.

Ha Thu (according to AFP/Reuters/Bloomberg)

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